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Dr. Darby Sewell

Academic Affairs
Assistant Vice President for Engaged Learning

Tift Hall, 2nd Floor


FACS 4100 Community Context of Individual and Family Well-Being


» Syllabus

FACS 4100 COMMUNITY CONTEXT OF INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY WELL-BEING. 3 hours. Impact of community contextual influences on human development and families. Socio-psychological and economic impact of housing and community on children and families will be explored. The family will be examined from an ecological perspective and analyzed as a producing and consuming unit within a community. The course will involve an analysis of conceptual frameworks, methodological approaches, and current research.

RLST 3000 Introduction to Rural Studies


» Fall 2015 Syllabus

RLST 3000 INTRODUCTION TO RURAL STUDIES. 3 hours. This course is an introduction to the essential ideologies surrounding the field of Rural Studies, providing students with a survey of pertinent work by major scholars in the field, the various areas of study within the discipline, and an introduction to fundamental research methods applicable to the study of rural spaces.

FACS/SOCI 2293 Introduction to Marriage and Family


» Summer 2015 Syllabus

FACS 2293 INTRODUCTION TO MARRIAGE AND FAMILY. 3 hours. Prerequisite: Exemption from or successful completion of READ 0099. An introduction to the structure, processes, problems and adjustments of contemporary marriage and family life. Dual listed as SOCI 2293. Fall, Spring.

FACS 2220 Consumer Economics

FACS 2220 CONSUMER ECONOMICS. 3 hours. Management of personal income in relation to individual needs and desires, investigation of consumer information sources, and current financial and consumer credit problems which the individual or family may have to face. Fall even years.

SOSC 1100 Values, Issues and Perspectives in Social Science


» Fall 2015 Syllabus

FACS 1103 Introduction to Child Development


» Spring 2014 Syllabus