Child and Family Studies
1100 Introduction to Early Childhood Education (3 Credits)
The history and philosophy of the field of early childhood education. Current issues and trends are covered along with educational theories and program models. Spring and Fall
2110 Development in Infancy (3 Credits)
Course will familiarize students with current theories, knowledge, and practices in child development with a focus on conception through the preschool years. Particular emphasis will be placed on development in the physical, cognitive, language and socioemotional domains. Spring and Fall
2200 Marriage & Family: Roles & Relationships (3 Credits)
Explores marriage and family experiences; personal choices; marital adjustments; conflict management; parenting decisions; communication; and changes resulting from divorce, widowhood, and remarriage. Spring and Fall
2400 Human Sexuality (3 Credits)
This course provides a multidimensional framework for understanding the biological, psychosocial, behavioral, clinical and cultural aspects of human sexuality. Spring and Fall
1010 United States Government & Politics (3 Credits)
Introduction to fundamental institutions and processes of American National Politics including the constitution, voting, the presidency, the congress and the courts. Spring and Fall
1020 Introduction to Political Science (3 Credits)
Analysis of politics and political systems in various countries. Spring and Fall
2000 Introduction to Social Work (3 Credits)
Emergence of the social work profession; professional mission, skills and values, practice settings, client groups, helping services, career patterns, practice methods. Designed to assist students in selecting a career in social work. On Demand.
2050 Social Welfare (3 Credits)
An investigation of the social welfare institution and its development, structure, and function. Course focuses on social services delivery modes and the impact of political, economic, and social policies. On Demand.
For information, please contact Betty Dahl.