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Course Descriptions

HDF 381 Education for Family Life and Human Sexuality 3(3-0)

Course designed to familiarize human development and family studies students with the methods and materials necessary to teach and work as a family-helping professional. Prerequisites: HDF 100 or EDU 280 or PSY 220; HDF/SOC 213 or HSC 222; HDF 211; 3 other credits in the Family Studies major or Family Life and Human Sexuality minor.

HDF 402 Human Growth and Development: Guidance for Young Children 4(Spec)

Methods and theories of guidance for working with children in early child- hood settings. Supervised laboratory experience. Prerequisite: HDF 303 with a grade of C+ or better.

HDF 411 Family Relations 3(3-0) Psychosocial factors affecting interpersonal relations throughout the family life cycle. Prerequisite: HDF 211.

HDF 413 Facilitating Discussion in Human Sexuality Groups 3(3-0)

The purpose, rationale, professional issues, planning, techniques and methods, learning objectives, evaluation, and guided experience in facilitating discussion in human sexuality groups. Prerequisites: permission of instructor; HDF 213 or SOC 213 or WST 213.

HDF 418 Family Development in Late Life 3(3-0)

This course examines individual development and aging within the context of the family: marriage, singlehood and widowhood; intergenerational relations and grandparenthood; sibling relations and friendships.

HDF 510 Human Growth and Development: Seminar 3(3-0)

Course examines the perspectives of human development; life span research; the domains of learning/development and the philosophy and history of human development. Prerequisites: any two 300 level Human Growth and Development courses; or Human Development and Family Studies graduate status.

HDF 511 Seminar in Human Sexuality 3(3-0) Survey of professional literature pertaining to human sexuality. Prerequisites: HDF 213 or HSC 222.

HDF 513 Readings in the Family 3(3-0) Survey of professional literature related to the family. Prerequisites: HDF 211 or HDF 411 or SOC 411.

HDF 798 Thesis in Human Development & Family Studies 1-6(Spec) Individual research or creative endeavor culminating in a written thesis and/or exhibition of work. CR/NC only. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.

HEV - Human Environmental Studies (HEV)

(Note: Designators for most HEV courses have been changed. See also Course Descriptions for AMD, FNS, HDF, and IND.)

HEV 790 Independent Study 2-6(Spec)

Student-initiated study in an area not covered in regular courses guided by faculty or faculty committee. Prerequisites: Admission to College of Graduate Studies and permission of instructor.

HEV 798 Thesis 1-6(Spec) Individual research or creative endeavor culminating in a written thesis and/or exhibition of work. CR/NC only

HON - Honors

HON 110 Speaking and Writing with Critical Awareness 6(6-0)

Oral competency and freshman level written competency primarily for Centralis Scholars, other students admitted with permission of instructor. Prerequisites: receipt of a Centralis Scholar Award.

HON 120 The Individual and Community in Modern Society 6(6-0)

A comprehensive overview of behavioral and social science analyses of indi- vidual, social structural, and institutional relations. Emphasizes past and present social dimensions of human life. Prerequisite: receipt of a Centralis Scholarship Award. Pre/Co-Requisite: HON 110. (University Program Group III-A and B)

HON 130 Western Cultural and Intellectual Traditions 3-6(Spec)

A comprehensive overview of the origins, development, and expression of the cultural and intellectual traditions that characterize “Western” Civilization. Prerequisites: Honors standing. SPECIAL NOTE: This course is to be offered for 3 hours of credit in successive Fall and Spring terms and may be taken for a maximum of 6 hours. A student must complete both semesters in order to fulfill Groups I-A and I-B in the University Program. If one does not complete both, then the student may count the course solely as credit toward commencement and must complete other courses to fulfill the General Education requirement of Groups I-A and I-B.

HON 140 Symmetry in Science: From Microscopic to Macroscopic Systems 6(5-3)

An introduction to the principles, methods, nature and theories associ- ated with the natural sciences and mathematics. Uses a theme of symmetry. Prerequisites: receipt of a Centralis Scholarship Award. (University Program Group II-A and B)

HSA - Hospitality Services Administration

HSA 240 Introduction to Hospitality Services Administration 3(3-0) Lectures and travel giving a broad introduction to the services industry in the United States and the world. Additional fee required.

HSA 341 Services Marketing 3(3-0)

Planning and implementation of marketing strategy and application of the marketing mix to services including hospitality, banking and health services. Identical to MKT341. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses. Prerequisites: MKT 300 or MKT 304; 56 semester hours completed; admission to Professional Business Studies or listed on signed major or minor.

HSA 342 Hospitality Facilities 3(3-0)

An examination of hotel and restaurant layout, equipment needs, maintenance, mechanical engineering, and physical design. Prerequisites: 56 semester hours completed; admission to Professional Business Studies or listed on signed major or minor.

HSA 343 Tourism 3(3-0)

An examination of where and why the hospitality services industry client travels at home and abroad and the economic impact of tourism expenditures. Identical to RPL 343. Prerequisites: 56 semester hours completed; admission to Professional Business Studies or listed on signed major or minor.

HSA 344 Legal Aspects of Hospitality Services 3(3-0)

An analysis of the legal and labor environments of the hospitality services industry. Prerequisites: BLR 202; 56 semester hours completed; admission to Professional Business Studies or listed on signed major or minor.

HSA 542 International Tourism 3(3-0)

This course focuses on the strategic management of international tourism in hospitality organizations, associations, and government agencies. Prerequisites: 86 semester hours completed; admission to Professional Business Studies or listed on signed major or minor.

HSA 543 Hospitality Industry Organizations and Operations 3(3-0)

This course examines the organizational structure and operational aspects of lodging and restaurant organizations. Prerequisites: 86 semester hours completed; admission to Professional Business Studies or listed on signed major or minor.

HSA 544 Current Research Issues in Hospitality and Tourism 3(3-0)

Examination and application of major research methodologies and discussion of research issues pertaining to the Hospitality/Tourism Industry. Prerequisites: 86 semester hours completed; admission to Professional Business Studies or listed on signed major or minor.

HSA 546 Management in the Hospitality Service Sector 3(3-0)

Management and personnel functions as they relate to the hospitality industry; skills necessary to manage hotels, clubs, resorts; role of food service in these operations. Prerequisites: HSA 350, 447; 86 semester hours completed; admis- sion to Professional Business Studies, listed on signed major or minor.

HSC - Health Sciences

HSC 106 Healthy Lifestyles 3(3-0)

Focus on individual health and wellness concepts from interdisciplinary perspectives. Designed to assist the individual in striving for lifelong learning about healthier lifestyles. (University Program Group IV-A)

HSC 107 Drugs and the Athlete 1(1-0)

An orientation for the student athlete in the basic chemical substances and nutrition as an ergogenic aid as they affect performance. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

HSC 202 Women’s Health 3(3-0)

Study of women’s health, including reproductive health issues and female health problems. Emphasis on knowledge for active participation in health care, healthy lifestyles, and preventive measures. Identical to WST 202. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses.

HSC 205 Responding to Emergencies 2(1-2) Includes CPR and first aid care. American Red Cross certification for first aid and CPR can be earned.

HSC 211 Human Anatomy and Physiology 3(3-0) Introductory course in structure and function of the human body. (University Program Group II-A)

HSC 212 Applied Physiology and Kinesiology 3(2-2)

Emphasizes functional aspects of human performance and their application. Identical to PES 212. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses. Prerequisite: HSC 211.

HSC 214 Human Anatomy 4(3-3)

A comprehensive course in the structure of the human body organized by systems. Laboratory work includes identification of fundamental anatomical structures on models and cadavers. Prerequisites: HSC 211 or college level natural science course.

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