Through this course, the Institute for Advanced Family Studies (IESF) offers a comprehensive study of family life, via a methodology which is suitable for parents and for professionals who work in the area of education or family enrichment.
The online format provides a great deal of flexibility for students. They are able to follow the course easily due to its practical approach to the subjects. This course combines scientific research with the most practical aspects of family education while always respecting the personal dedication and the interests of each participant in the course.
At the end of the course students will have acquired theoretical and practical knowledge about the family dimension of the individual, as well as some knowledge on pedagogy and family education.
The aim of the Postgraduate Degree in Marriage and Family Education is to provide a solid anthropological foundation, based on which students will acquire the tools required to understand human dignity, marriage and the family.
MODULE I. ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE PERSON AND FAMILY
Unit 1. Philosophical Anthropology
1. Who Are We? The Person
2. How Are We? The Structure of the Person (I)
3. How Are We? The Structure of the Person (II)
4. How Are We? Fields of Human Action
5. How Are We? We are Relational Beings
6. What Are We for? The Meaning of Human Existence
Unit 2. Anthropology of Marriage
7. The Anthropological Basis of Marriage
8. The Person as a Sexuate Being
9. The Characteristics of Marital Love
10. Matrimonial Consent
11. The Nature of Marriage
12. The Family in Society
Unit 3. Love Between a Man and a Woman: The Gift of Self
13. Affirming the Person
14. Toward the Fullness of Love
15. The Sincere Gift of Self
16. Human Communication
17. Communication between the Family
MODULE II. DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY AND FAMILY EDUCATION
18. Building Character within the Home
19. What Is Temperament?
20. Understanding Your Child’s Temperament
21. Sound Judgment
26. Intergenerational Relationships
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