Child Development II
This course is an instructional program that prepares individuals to understand children’s physical, mental, emotional, and social growth and development, as well as their care and guidance. The program draws on aspects of social and biological sciences of which Family and Consumer Sciences are a component. Observation and actual experience with children and their parents are integral parts of the program.
This course is an instructional program that prepares individuals to understand the principles of nutrition; the relationship of nutrition to health & wellness; the selection, preparation and care of the food; meal management to meet individual food needs & patterns of living, & optimal use of the food dollar. It also,emphasizes variety in food preparation, techniques, diet in health and illness, experimentation in meal patterns, & and the significance of food as relates to various cultures
Personal Finance is a semester - long course introducing students to various concepts associated with personal finance. The course is geared toward practical knowledge that is necessary for financial decision making in everyday life. This course will assist students in exploring careers, budgeting, managing finances, investing and saving, using credit wisely, making informed decisions on housing, automobiles and insurance as well as help students understand basic consumer rights.