Unless otherwise indicated, a grade of C or higher is required for all prerequisite courses.
A psychological and sociological analysis of family, examining historical and current changes. The present nature, socio-cultural, and economic forces shaping these changes examine aspects such as gender, sex, love, and conflict in dating, marital and familial interaction. Current theories, applications, assessments, and relevant research is explored; applying insights to personal and family relationships. Special emphasis is placed upon solving personal problems relating to communication, relationships, and sexuality. May not be taken for credit following SOCI 110.