Family, Marriage and Relationships

Credits: 3

Prerequisite: READ 0220 Reading Strategies, ENGL 0230 Writing Foundations or placement determined by assessment score

Co-Requisite: none

This course introduces students to the diversity and theoretical perspectives of human relationships, marriages, and families in contemporary societies. Students will study diverse families in their functioning around intimacy, work, children, violence, marriage, divorce, economics, race, and gender. Common myths and challenges related to stereotypes of the "typical" family and "functional" relationships will be explored.

Transfer Curriculum Goal(s): 5, 7

Offered Spring.