A Minor in Marriage and Family Studies Will Supplement Your Christian Counseling Degree or Any Bachelor’s Program
Liberty University’s Minor in Marriage and Family Studies will provide you with foundational information needed to understand the dynamics of strong and healthy families. The need for Christian counseling classes is more important now than ever.
You will examine the tough issues facing today’s children and identify strategies and interventions for effective growth and change. As you begin to tackle the challenges facing children and their parents, our professors will teach you practical methods of understanding various familial situations.
Why Choose a Minor in Marriage and Family Studies?
The Minor in Marriage and Family Studies is offered completely online as part of your bachelor’s degree, allowing you to remain active in your job, with your family, and in your community without the worry of having to take Christian counseling courses on campus. As a Christian university, our desire is to help you integrate a biblical worldview into your studies and future career. We are proud to partner with you as you learn to serve families in need and handle the problems of the family from a Christian perspective.
The Minor in Marriage and Family Studies is an excellent option to pair with our online Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree or the online Bachelor of Science in Psychology – Christian Counseling. However, this type of information can be beneficial to any of our online bachelor’s degrees.
What Will You Learn through Liberty’s Minor in Marriage and Family Studies?
Our Minor in Marriage and Family Studies features 15 credit-hours of courses. You can learn about important concepts in child and adolescent strategies, marriage, divorce, effective parenting, and more. As you reach the end of the minor, you can learn about healthy sexuality from a biblical perspective.
Course Requirements for the Minor in Marriage and Family Studies (15 hours)
- DBMF 300 – Child & Adolescent Issues & Helping Strategies
- DBMF 400 – Marriage & Family Systems: Foundations, Models & Techniques
- DBMF 405 – Divorce, Remarriage & Blended Families
- DBPC 305 – Effective Parenting: Childhood Behavior & Discipline Strategies
- DBPC 410 – Healthy Sexuality: Biblical & Developmental Factors