310 FAMILY CRISES 3 S Jr standing req Field trips req Cognitive and affective

310 family crises 3 s jr standing req field trips req

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310 FAMILY CRISES 3 S Jr standing req. Field trips req. Cognitive and affective exploration of family crisis: defini- tion, management processes, and professional helping resources. 311 COMMUNITY NUTRITION 3 F FCS 102 req. Nutritional needs of selected populations vulnerable to inadequate diet; emphasis on U.S. programs designed for groups at nutritional risk. 312 MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY 4 S FCS 317 req. Planning modified diets and studying underlying diseases. Nutritional counseling of individuals and groups. 314 EARLY CHILDHOOD NUTRITION EDUCATION 3 S Incl Clin Exp. Principles of nutrition and current research. Emphasis on the needs of young children. Guidance in implementing a sound nutritional education program. 315 NUTRITION FOR HEALTH AND PHYSICAL FITNESS 3 S FCS 102 or cons inst; KNR 182; or BSC 181 and 182 req. An advanced course focusing on the physiological and bio- chemical importance of nutrition to health, physical fitness, and sports. 316 FOOD SCIENCE 3 F FCS 213; CHE 110 and 112 req. Materials charge optional. Experimental approach to principles underlying food preparation. 317 NUTRITION AND METABOLISM 4 F FCS 102; BSC 160; KNR 182 req. CHE 242 conc reg req. Physiological and biochemical basis for human nutritional requirements and health. Family and Consumer Sciences
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121 C A S T 318 FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT 3 F FCS 103, 213; MQM 220 req. Management of commercial foodservice systems: planning, control systems, decision making, human considerations. 319 QUANTITY FOODS 3 S FCS 213 req. Field trips. Principles, techniques, and standards required to procure, store, and produce food in quantity for institutional and commercial feeding. 321 FLAT PATTERN DESIGN 3 F,S FCS 122 or equiv req. Maj/min only or cons advisor. Materials charge optional. Computer and hand techniques in making garment patterns by the flat pattern method. 323 ADVANCED TEXTILES 3 F FCS 225, 226 req. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional. Exploration of established practices and new developments in the textile and apparel industry. Research and problem- solving emphasis. 324 DRAPING AND DESIGN 3 S FCS 122 or 220 req. Materials charge optional. Interpretation of garment designs in fabric by means of the draping procedure. 327 CLOTHING AND BEHAVIOR 3 F FCS 225, 226; PSY 110 or PSY/SOC 131 req. Jr/sr standing only. Factors that influence behavior related to clothing selec- tion and use. Emphasis on research. 328 ECONOMICS OF FASHION 3 S FCS 225, 226 and ECO 105 req. Fashion as an economic force in the international economy. Fashion’s influence on production, distribution and con- sumption of textiles and apparel. 329 APPAREL PRODUCT ANALYSIS 3 F FCS 122, 225 and 226 req. Overview of apparel manufacturing and analysis of ready-to- wear apparel product quality. 330 DECISION-MAKING FOR CONSUMERS 3 S Also offered as BTE 330. Survey of consumer problems, trends, and information. Top- ics include: insurance, housing, credit, life style, consumer protection, leisure, and achieving financial security.
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  • Fall '15
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