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Family Life Education courses are housed in the MA Religious Education Program in the Department of Discipleship and Religious Education. The program is designed for pastors, spouses, family ministries directors, and lay leaders who want to help foster or support strong families in the church as well as the community through teaching in seminars, classes, small groups, and retreats. Core courses include content in teaching, theology, research, and leadership in addition to the ten National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) content areas for family life. The courses are based on content areas that have been endorsed by the NCFR and recognized by the Adventist Association of Family Life Professionals (AAFLP). Specific courses are approved and applicable to the certification processes of these professional organizations. The program is a 48 credit course. Students are required to pass a comprehensive examination and complete a portfolio summarizing their synthesis and application of family life content. Prerequisites include a Bachelor's Degree.

Areas of Study
  • Child or Adolescent Science/Studies - Undergraduate
  • Family Science/Studies - Undergraduate
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A Concordia Family Life student will graduate with the academic and practical training to develop and implement programming that equips and supports healthy relationships for marriage and the family. This course of study is designed to prepare men and women to serve in the church and the community as a Certified Family Life Educator. The Family Life program prepares students for the following careers: Position in the church as a DFLM. (Director of Family Life Ministry; an entry level position in the human services field; a Child Life Specialist sho works in a hospital; prepares students for entrance into a master's program in family life, psychology, sociology, and or counseling. The program meets the academic standards for program certification by the National Council on Family Relations, a professional organization for multidisciplinary family professionals. Graduates will be immediately eligible to receive the Certified Family Life Educator credential, which is nationally recognized from NCFR.

Areas of Study
  • Child or Adolescent Science/Studies - Undergraduate
  • Community - Undergraduate
  • Family Science/Studies - Undergraduate
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