Child and Family Life (FACS)

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2341 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT A required course for dietetic and general FACS majors. A study of the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development, and changes of the individual over the life span. Lecture with directed field experience required. Fall, spring.

2351 FAMILY RELATIONS A required course for all FACS specialization areas. The focus is on issues confronting the family including study of marriage, and single, group, and family living through stages of the family life cycle. Lecture. Fall, spring.

3318 PARENT ISSUES A required course for the general FACS and FACS education major. The course is a study of the basic principles and skills for parent effectiveness including application of fundamental tasks and issues in child rearing to unique characteristics and developmental stages of children. Lecture with directed observation assignments. Fall, spring.