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Social Work Enrichment Classes

Enrichment Courses: 9 credits
No double counting in the major.


Child 210 Child Development
Physical, cognitive, emotional and social development of the child; conception
through adolescence.
Child 330 Parent Education and Child Guidance
In-depth study of adult-child relationships and their application to child guidance.
Child 440 Administrative Issues
Fundamental principles for administration of service-delivery programs for children, youth, and families.
Chin101 Beginning Mandarin I
Basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, writing.
Chin 102 Beginning Mandarin II
Continued emphasis on basic language skills.
CIT 140 Micro-application for Business
An introduction to the use of microcomputers in business; spreadsheets and databases.
Comm 150 Interpersonal Theory and Practice
Learning basic elements and theory of human communication in a practical,
relevant setting.
Comm 350 Small Group Communication
Analysis of theory and practice of human communication in a small group setting.
Faml 360 Family Stress and Coping
An overview of various family stresses over the life cycle.
Faml 460 Family Change
Societal changes impacting the meaning and function of families and marriages.
Fr 101 Beginning French I
Acquisition of basic language skills, listening and speaking first, followed by reading
and writing
Fr 102 Beginning French II
A continuation of French 101
Ger 101 Beginning German I
Acquisition of basic language skills, listening and speaking first, followed by reading
and writing.
Ger 102 Second Semester German
A continuation of German 101.
HS 280 Medical Terminology
An introduction course into the language of medicine.
HS 351 Gerontology
The scientific study of the biological, psychological, and social aspects of aging
Psych 201 Developmental Psychology Lifespan
The study of biological, affective, social, and cognitive aspects of behavior through
the life span.
RM 320 Program Management
Organization and administrative skills necessary for the planning and development
of recreation programs.
RM 370 Therapeutic Recreation
Recreation program clinical intervention for individuals with physical and
developmental disabilities.
Russ 101 Beginning Russian I
Development of speaking, understanding, reading, and writing the Cyrillic alphabet.
Russ 102 Beginning Russian II
Development of speaking, understanding, reading, and writing the Cyrillic alphabet.
Sign 101 American Sign Language I
Development of basic conversational -level skills, general overview of the deaf
culture, and current issues.
Soc 111 Introduction to Sociology
Focuses on the social and cultural foundations of human life.
Soc 112 Social Problems
Designed to acquaint students with current social problems and suggest possible
means of prevention.
Soc 323 Race and Ethnic Relations
Considers historical as well as present-day relationships of racial and ethnic groups.
Soc 330 Criminology
A study of crime and its causation with an overview of the crime problems from a
theoretical approach.
Soc 360 Sociology of Religion
A study of the major religions in the US and their impact on human behavior.
Soc 370 Social Stratification
An examination of the forces that "divide" or stratify society.
Soc 420 Drugs and Society
An exploration of the role of drugs in the American Society.
Span 101 Beginning Spanish I
Emphasis on basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, & writing.
Span 102 Beginning Spanish II
Emphasis on basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, & writing.
SW 490R Special Topics
The department will determine special area of study that will benefit social work students.