Career options in family science are as endless as one’s imagination,
as students not only receive stage-specific training (childhood,
adolescence, adulthood and older age), but they also may chose to
specialize in any number of areas such as sexuality, spirituality,
health and wellness, family law, therapy and counseling, poverty, or
immigration, just to name a few.
Further, our family science curriculum is structured in such a way that students learn to develop skills that are invaluable to any employer. With such transferable skills, our students become highly marketable to employers of many disciplines, thereby enabling our students to pursue a passion rather than a job title. Dr. Hamon and Dr. Boyd-Soisson have co-authored an article elaborating upon the idea of transferable skills and marketability that is both practical and specific to the family science discipline. You’ll want to take a minute and read it now. Click here for the article in PDF format.