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Family Systems

Family Systems
Leading Family Systems Schools
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School   (degrees awarded)
Spring Arbor University   (104 Bachelors degrees)
Brigham Young University-Provo   (80 Bachelors degrees)
Central Michigan University   (52 Bachelors degrees)
University of Southern Mississippi   (46 Bachelors degrees)
Weber State University   (37 Bachelors degrees)
Western Michigan University   (30 Bachelors degrees)
Central Washington University   (23 Bachelors degrees)
University of Central Oklahoma   (18 Bachelors degrees)
Central Michigan University   (16 Bachelors degrees)
University of Akron Main Campus   (10 Award < 1Yr degrees)
American Public University System   (9 Award < 1Yr degrees)
East Mississippi Community College   (8 Associates degrees)
University of Central Oklahoma   (8 Masters degrees)
University of Akron Main Campus   (7 Bachelors degrees)
Lipscomb University   (7 Bachelors degrees)
Concordia University-Seward   (7 Masters degrees)
Southern Adventist University   (7 Bachelors degrees)
University of Southern Mississippi   (6 Masters degrees)
Mississippi University for Women   (5 Bachelors degrees)
Lubbock Christian University   (5 Bachelors degrees)
University of Connecticut   (5 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Central Washington University   (5 Masters degrees)
Richland Community College   (4 Award < 1Yr degrees)
Connecticut College   (3 Bachelors degrees)
Anderson University   (2 Bachelors degrees)
Connecticut College   (2 Bachelors degrees)
University of Kentucky   (2 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Michigan State University   (2 Masters degrees)
Towson University   (2 Postbaccalaureate certificate degrees)
Brigham Young University-Provo   (1 Bachelors degrees)
Family Systems Description

A program that focuses on the family as a social unit in its developmental, dynamic, comparative, and structural aspects, and the significance of the family as a system that impacts individuals and society. Includes instruction in related principles of sociology, psychology, behavioral sciences, and the humanities.

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