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Undergraduate Programs

Required Courses II (3 hours)

Select one of the following: HDF 213 - Introduction to Human Sexuality 3(3-0) HSC 222 - Sexuality In Health Education 3(3-0)

Required Courses III (12 hours)

Select hours from the following: HDF 211 - Marriage and Family Perspectives 3(3-0) HDF 307 - Human Growth and Development: Parent-Child

Relations 3(3-0) HDF 315 - Family Management Theory 3(3-0) HDF 411 - Family Relations 3(3-0)

Electives (6 hours)

To be selected with the approval of an advisor HDF 212 - The Family in Cultural Perspective 3(3-0) HDF 306 - Human Growth and Development: Adolescence 3(3-0) HDF 381 - Education for Family Life and Human Sexuality 3(3-0) HDF 413 - Facilitating Discussion in Human Sexuality Groups

3(3-0) HDF 511 - Seminar in Human Sexuality 3(3-0) HDF 513 - Readings in the Family 3(3-0) HSC 523 - AIDS Education 1(1-0) HSC 524 - Workshop on Health Fitness 2(Spec) HSC 525 - Sexually Transmitted Disease Workshop 1(Spec) HSC 526 - Mental Health 3(3-0) HSC 527 - Sex Education Workshop 1(Spec) HSC 528 - Smoking and Health Education Workshop 1(Spec) HSC 529 - Alcohol Education Workshop 1(1-0) HSC 530 - Drug Abuse Workshop 1(Spec) COM 562 - Family Communication 3(3-0) PES 143 - Sexual Assault and Harassment/Awareness and

Avoidance 2(2-0) PSY 350 - Clinical Interviewing and Counseling 3(3-0) SWK 510 - Social Work Generalist Practice and Human Sexuality

3(3-0)

Total: 24 semester hours

Gerontology Minor

Gerontology is the holistic study of aging. It is a useful comple- ment to numerous majors including those preparing students for work in human service settings, recreation and leisure, marketing, policy and planning, and in the design of environments, products, and attire. Students seeking applied settings are encouraged to intern or work in aging services to enhance their courses. To pre- pare for graduate studies, students are encouraged to participate in research with older adults. This minor has 12 required hours and 12 hours of electives, which allow the student to fit special interests and needs. Advisors for this minor are located in Human Environmental Studies.

Required Courses (9 hours) GRN 247 - Introduction to Gerontology 3(3-0) HSC 390 - Health and Aging 3(3-0) PSY 325 - Psychology of Aging 3(3-0)

Other Requirement (3 hours)

Select one of the following: HDF 418 - Family Development in Late Life 3(3-0) SOC 320 - Sociology of Aging and Retirement 3(3-0)

Electives (12 hours)

Select hours from the following: GRN 248 - Service Learning in Gerontology 3(Spec) GRN 430/WST 430 - Women and Aging 3(3-0) GRN 535 - Dementia Care: Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention

3(3-0) GRN 575/FNS 575 - Geriatric Nutrition 3(3-0)

GRN 590 - Independent Study 1-4(Spec) GRN 597 - Special Topics 1-4(Spec) HSC 517 - Drugs and the Elderly 2(2-0) HSC 519 - Death Education and Suicide Prevention 3(3-0) REL 334 - Death and Dying: Religious Dimensions 3(3-0) RPL 345 - Therapeutic Recreation: Gerontology 3(3-0) RPL 346 - Recreation for Senior Citizens 3(3-0)

Other courses as approved by program advisor. Note: You may select either HSC 519 or REL 334, not both. Total: 24 semester hours

Industrial Safety Minor

This 24 semester hour non-teaching minor focuses on contem- porary problems and practices related to safety and environmental control. This minor is administered by the Department of Industrial and Engineering Technology. Students who wish additional infor- mation or a minor authorization should consult with an advisor.

Admission Requirements; Retention & Termination Standards

Students pursuing the Industrial Safety minors are required to meet with an advisor during the first semester of attendance at CMU.

A maximum of six semester hours of Credit/No Credit may be used on departmental majors or minors.

Required Courses (21-23 hours) HSC 205 - Responding to Emergencies 2(1-2) HSC 352 - Environmental Health 3(3-0) HSC 529 - Alcohol Education Workshop 1(1-0) HSC 530 - Drug Abuse Workshop 1(Spec) IET 227 - Principles of Accident Prevention 3(3-0) IET 327 - Industrial Safety 3(3-0) IET 425 - Industrial Internship 2-8(Spec) IET 427 - Product Reliability and Safety 3(3-0) IET 527 - Industrial Safety Management 3(3-0)

Note: HSC 235 may be submitted for HSC 529 or HSC 530.

Electives (1-3 hours) FIN 257 - Risk Management 3(3-0) HSC 235 - Psychoactive Drugs 3(3-0) HSC 537 - Stress Reduction Workshop 1(Spec) IET 524 - Technology and Environment 3(3-0)

Total: 24 semester hours

Industrial Technology Minor

Students may select courses appropriate to any IET major concentration with advisor approval:

Automotive IET 359 - Computer-Aided Drafting 3(2-2) IET 382 - Vehicle Control Systems 3(2-2) IET 385 - Automotive Engines 3(1-4) IET 388 - Automotive Power Transmission 3(2-2) IET 450 - Machine Design Graphics 3(2-2) IET 475 - Metallurgy and Materials Testing 3(2-2) IET 483 - Automotive Electrical Systems 3(2-2) IET 485 - Fuels and Lubricants 3(2-2) IET 486 - Automotive Testing 3(1-4)

Construction IET 160 - Wood Technology 3(1-4) IET 294 - Residential Electrical Wiring 3(2-2) IET 357 - Residential Architectural Graphics 3(1-4) IET 358 - Light Commercial Architectural Graphics 3(2-2) IET 359 - Computer-Aided Drafting 3(2-2) IET 361 - Construction Technology 3(1-4)

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