Child and Family Studies (CFS)

CFS 5330  Human Development and Family Science  (3)  
Cross-listed as CRED 7355  

See CRED 7355 for course information.

CFS 5335  Child Development  (3)  

A survey of the physical, intellectual, emotional, moral, social, and spiritual development from birth to middle childhood. An understanding of child development from both theoretical and descriptive perspectives is the goal. This course provides an introductory foundation to the field that enables students to serve children and families in varied settings.

CFS 5354  Family Life Education and Ethics  (3)  
Cross-listed as CRED 7381  

See CRED 7381 for course information.

CFS 5355  Child Development  (3)  
Cross-listed as CRED 7357  

This course surveys physical, intellectual, emotional, moral, social, and spiritual development from birth to middle childhood. An understanding of child development from both theoretical and descriptive perspectives is the goal. This course provides an introductory foundation to the field that will enable the student to serve children and families in varied settings.

CFS 5358  Planning and Administration of Child and Family Programs  (3)  
Cross-listed as CRED 7380  

Administration and planning of programs serving children and families. Emphasis is placed on program planning, evaluation, ethics, and professionalism as they apply to child and family programs.

CFS 5363  Adolescent Development  (3)  
Cross-listed as CRED 7360  

See CRED 7360 for course description.

CFS 5367  Family Transitions, Stress and Resilience  (3)  
Cross-listed as CRED 7367  

See CRED 7367 for course description.