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Au Pair Program

Earn up to 40 Hours at Fordham!

Westchester Entrance with Students

Classes are taught at our beautiful Westchester campus, five minutes from downtown White Plains. All students who complete the course will receive an official certificate which documents their hours of study


AUPR 2012 Psychology and Human Behavior

Psychology and Human Behavior
Begins Thursday, March 28, April 4, 11 & 25 - 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Instructor: Ann Rodier | Cost $225

Psychology and Human Behavior is a great start to exploring the field of psychology, beginning with its historical context and predicting the direction it may take in the future. Students will learn concepts that can be used in understanding themselves and others. We will discuss identity development, motivation, stress and coping, personality development, and career development. Through our discussions, we will learn about how to better understand ourselves and how to understand others while developing self-awareness to help with our own personal growth.

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RESEARCH - Psychology and Human Behavior
Begins Thursday, March 28, April 4, 11 & 25 - 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Instructor: Ann Rodier | Cost $150

Students who take both AUPR 2011 and 2012 will earn a total of 40 hours
Psychology and Human Behavior is a great start to exploring the field of psychology, beginning with its historical context and predicting the direction it may take in the future. Students will learn concepts that can be used in understanding themselves and others. We will discuss identity development, motivation, stress and coping, personality development, and career development. Through our discussions, we will learn about how to better understand ourselves and how to understand others while developing self-awareness to help with our own personal growth.

Register for RESEARCH - Psychology and Human Behavior


AUPR 2030 The Modern Family: A U.S. Perspective
Begins Saturday , April 27, 2019 & Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Instructor: Stacy Larson | Cost $225

The Modern Family: A U.S. Perspective
The family environment is critical for the development of children and for adult adjustment. In this course we will explore key theories and models of the development of parenting and family interactions. We will also look at functional and dysfunctional family relationships and behaviors, and effective ways to assess such interactions. Finally, the course will explore the interpersonal dynamics and changing structures of the family in the United States – dating preparation for marriage; role expectations; communications; the future of the nuclear family and alternative family structures.

Register for The Mordern Family: A U.S. Perspective


AUPR 2011 RESEARCH - The Modern Family: A U.S. Perspective
Begins Saturday , April 27, 2019 & Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Instructor: Stacy Larson | Cost $150

20 HOURS
Students who take both AUPR 2030 and 2011 The Modern Family will earn a total of 40 hours
The family environment is critical for the development of children and for adult adjustment. In this course we will explore key theories and models of the development of parenting and family interactions. We will also look at functional and dysfunctional family relationships and behaviors, and effective ways to assess such interactions. Finally, the course will explore the interpersonal dynamics and changing structures of the family in the United States – dating preparation for marriage; role expectations; communications; the future of the nuclear family and alternative family structures.

Register for RESEARCH - The Mordern Family: A U.S. Perspective