The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) recently announced the re-accreditation of Concordia University, St. Paul’s Family Science undergraduate programs, meeting the standards and criteria required for the Provisional Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) designation.
Graduates of CSP’s program qualify to complete the CFLE Abbreviated Application Process, culminating in provisional certification as a Certified Family Life Educator. Concordia graduates complete specified courses under each of the ten family life content areas, plus a fieldwork internship.
Family Science Majors work in a variety of settings and bring comprehensive family training to a myriad of employment sectors and job classifications. The Family Science major may lead to careers in child and youth development, early childhood education, parent education, counseling, family and pediatric medicine, ministry, education, public health and community-based services.