Does the idea of pursuing a career that allows you to positively impact the lives of others sound appealing to you? Earning your degree in family studies and gerontology may be your next step. 

In addition to feeling good about what you do, careers in this field are projected to grow by 9.7 percent by 2026, providing excellent job stability.*

Earning your degree in family studies and gerontology gives you the opportunity to learn about many different topics—including family dynamics, adulthood and aging, and how to deal with family crises—and sets you up to be successful in all kinds of roles.

To help you envision what life could look like after graduation, we’ve put together The Ultimate Career Roadmap for Family Studies and Gerontology Graduates.

FSG Career Roadmap Cover Resized 2In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • Which topics are covered in a family studies and gerontology program
  • Why family studies and gerontology is a thriving field 
  • The benefits of a family studies and gerontology degree
  • Which careers you’ll qualify for upon graduation
  • What to expect from SNU’s program

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*Data reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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