This course is designed to assist students with developing the skills necessary to be successful in employment. The course will include self-assessment, exploration of career options, resumes, interviewing and job seeking skills.
An introductory analysis of the nature of society, the interrelationship of its component groups and the process whereby society persists and changes.
This course is designed to assist students with developing the skills necessary to be successful in the world of work. The course will include assessment, exploring careers, resumes, interviewing, and job seeking and job keeping skills.
This course provides an overview of the broad field of drug abuse and alcoholism including pharmacology, legal aspects of drug abuse, intervention and prevention, physiology and psychological aspects of alcohol. Alternatives to substance abuse and the self-destructing behaviors will be explored.
This course is designed to study the nature and functions of marriage and the family in contemporary society. The historical and cultural evolution of family structures and functions as well as distinctions and similarities are studied. The traditional and changing roles of women in American society are given special attention, along with the role of men and childrearing practices. Also discussed are problems of early marriage and intermarriage, mate selection, theories and research, divorce, and changing sexual norms, aging family members, dislocation and unemployment, teenage childbearing, chronic illness, families with special needs children, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence, crime and delinquency and family response to death.