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Certificate in Family Life Education

The Certificate in Family Life Education offered by the Indiana University School of Social Work prepares graduates with an understanding of families and their relationships to other institutions, offers an understanding of family strengths and deficits and insight into how family members relate to each other, provides graduates with an understanding of the developmental changes of individuals in families throughout the life span to meet their adjustment needs, and provides graduates with an understanding of the physiological, psychological, and social aspects of sexual development throughout the life span, so as to achieve healthy sexual developments.

The requirements for the Certificate in Family Life Education are as follows:

  • S221 Human Behavior and Social Environment; S300 Working with Families
  • F255 Human Sexuality or R320 Sexuality and Society; S300/S400 Family Life Education
  • S371 Social Work Research
  • S442 Practice-Policy Seminar in Fields of Practice: Family and Children or L100 Personal Law S490 Teaching Approaches to Family Life Education [by permission only].

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