The Bachelor’s Program in Family Reform and Guidance was created in 2019; in cooperation with the Chief Justice Department, where department seeks to prepare graduate students to deal with family issues and resolve the various disputes and conflicts that prevent the completion of the march of marital life and stable.  The department also seeks to turn the preparation of programs Family to take advantage of them, and is considered the reform of family of important disciplines in the community.

The Department offers bachelor's degree in reform and counseling, at a rate of (132) credit hours, which includes field training in family reform offices and courts legitimacy to review cases, formulate and design psychological measures and apply them to reach solutions that improve the human relationship and apply them on the ground.