Do you enjoy working with couples? Are you interested in learning how to improve relationships? Consider a career in relationship education.
Do you have excellent interpersonal skills? Are you interested in what makes relationships work? Get the knowledge and experience required to support couples.
Professionals working in relationship education often do the following:
Not interested in working for an organization? Many relationship educators work independently. The field of relationship education offers a wide variety of job opportunities and environments.
The following are job titles commonly held by relationship education professionals:
You will be expected to have deep knowledge of foundational principles of interpersonal relationships, therapeutic intervention techniques, psychology, mental health, and sexuality. Most employers require a baccalaureate, advanced degree, or certificate. A graduate degree or certificate in Youth, Family, and Community Sciences equips you with the skills and credentials necessary to succeed in this field.
You already know you want to work with couples. Get the credentials you need to get hired.
Jumpstart your career in relationship education with a master’s degree or certificate in Youth, Family, and Community Sciences from NC State.