Who is the addressee of our program?

The curriculum of the course is addressed first of all to young people who would like to investigate family studies, to the clergy and lay people who have some experience in working with families, family guidance posts, kindergartens, schools and at the centres of health care, penitentiary, palliative, hospice, social rehabilitation etc. and would like to deepen their theoretical and practical knowledge on how to deal with people respecting their family system.


What will I learn?


The graduate will gain interdisciplinary knowledge on marriage and family. This knowledge embraces psychological, pedagogical, sociological, legal, biomedical, philosophical and theological aspects. The graduate is prepared to work in various sorts of posts and offices of family support.

The graduate will be capapable of conducting research and solving theoretical and practical problems connected with family life. He or she is theoretically prepared to continue education and to improve job qualifications by

What kind of specialist can I be?


- specialist for family issues

- the marriage and family assistant in the family guide office,

- the curator in the court of law

- the school instructor of preparing to marriage and family life.

- service to physically and mentally challenged people, with long-term and terminal illnesses.
- social workers in:

• marital and family counselling,
• parochial pastoral care for families, as parochial assistants,
• attendance on the sick and elderly, as social educators (familiologists)
• Social workers

Where can I be employed

- education posts

- care and rehabilitation posts, social service posts,

- health service posts

- local-government posts,
- institutions of social prophylactic,

- administration of justice

- posts of parochial pastoral care for families.