Family Studies (Minor)
This minor explores evolving family structures in contemporary American society. NOTE: This minor may not be declared with the following majors: BS Human Services: Family Studies and BS Psychology: Family Studies.
Students will have the opportunity to:
- Develop a foundation of knowledge related to evolving and diverse familial structures within the American Society.
- Apply knowledge of relationship dynamics to social, human service, or psychological professional contexts.
|SOSC 637||Social Stratification and Inequality||4|
|PSY 508||Child Development||4|
|or PSY 510||Infant and Toddler Development|
|PSY 615||Psychology of Adulthood||4|
|or SOSC 630||Aspects of Aging in a Modern Society|
|SOSC 605||Stress and the Family||4|
|or SOSC 604||Dynamics of Family Relationships|
|SOC 607||Child Abuse and Neglect||4|
|or PSY 616||Psychology of Occupational Stress|