Online Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Services

Connections form the core of the family unit — the loving marital relationship between spouses, the nurturing bond among parents and children, and the family’s functioning within the broader community. Yet, multiple forces can disrupt these bonds, altering the family dynamic and how all individuals relate to and support each other. If you seek to help families and their children succeed and thrive through life’s challenges, discover how you can make a difference with Abilene Christian University’s online Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Services.

An interdisciplinary structure transforms you into an engaging, caring and spiritually grounded community-based educator and steward — whether for a career in a non-clinical role following your undergraduate degree or to pursue graduate-level studies and certification. Coursework rooted in psychology and sociology principles supplies you with the tools to foster positive family relationships, improve adults’ and children’s resiliency in the face of various hurdles, encourage meaningful communication among all parties and uplift culturally and socioeconomically diverse populations. At the same time, you’ll have the chance to apply your knowledge and begin to exert your constructive influence through required clinical experiences.

Connections form the core of the family unit — the loving marital relationship between spouses, the nurturing bond among parents and children, and the family’s functioning within the broader community. Yet, multiple forces can disrupt these bonds, altering the family dynamic and how all individuals relate to and support each other. If you seek to help families and their children succeed and thrive through life’s challenges, discover how you can make a difference with Abilene Christian University’s online Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Services.

An interdisciplinary structure transforms you into an engaging, caring and spiritually grounded community-based educator and steward — whether for a career in a non-clinical role following your undergraduate degree or to pursue graduate-level studies and certification. Coursework rooted in psychology and sociology principles supplies you with the tools to foster positive family relationships, improve adults’ and children’s resiliency in the face of various hurdles, encourage meaningful communication among all parties and uplift culturally and socioeconomically diverse populations. At the same time, you’ll have the chance to apply your knowledge and begin to exert your constructive influence through required clinical experiences.

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