The Postgraduate Degree in Family Policies responds to the demand to generate professionals who are educated in the area of the analysis, design and assessment of family policies both in the field of public administrations and in companies.
The eradication of poverty, a good work-life balance and intergenerational solidarity are the cornerstones of new social policies. The social capital of the future is more and more connected to the family, since it is a cross-disciplinary reality that requires public administrations, companies and the third sector to all work in conjunction with each other.
The aim is to provide solid anthropological, sociological, legal, financial and business-based knowledge in relation to family reality. This course will create the foundations in order to later develop the methodological tools necessary for the design of family policies.
This postgraduate degree is particularly attractive due to its theoretical and practical content and online format, characteristics which make it unique in the current academic landscape.
The broad academic approach means that it will be of interest for highly diverse groups found within public administration (local, regional and central) NGO's and companies.
- Public Administration Managers
- Civil servants and officers from city councils, provincial government, district councils and autonomous governments
- Members of political parties
- Trade Unions
- Company directors
- Heads of family-related companies
- NGO staff