College of Health, Education and Professional Studies
423 Advanced Contract Interiors (3)
Contract interior space planning factors as they relate to office landscape systems design and barrier-free requirements. Summer semester. Studio 5 hours. Prerequisite: Human Ecology and 422.
424 Computer-Aided Design Project Management (3)
Project application management of interactive computer graphic systems. Fall semester. Studio 6 hours. Prerequisite: Human Ecology 323.
430 Food Systems Administration I (3)
Management, organization, and administration of food service in institutions. Fall semester alternate years. Prerequisite: Human Ecology 135.
431 Quantity Food Service (3)
Principles, methods, and techniques in planning, purchasing, production, and service of food in quantity; selection and use of equipment; quality standards; laboratory experiences in approved local institutions. Spring semester alternate years. Prerequisite: Human Ecology 430 or 432.
432 Food Systems Administration II (3)
Food systems administration with an emphasis on production, manpower, facility, and financial planning in food service and hospitality systems. Fall semester alternate years. Prerequisites: Human Ecology 135.
434 Perspectives in Clinical Nutrition I (4)
The study of diet as it relates to prevention and treatment of disease. Experiences in nutritional assessment techniques. Dietary calculations for obesity, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, and gastrointestinal disorders. Includes practicum/placement. Fall semester alternate years. Prerequisites: Human Ecology 135, Biology 208, 209 or equivalent; Pre- or corequisite: Human Ecology 335.
435 Diet Therapy (4)
Application of diet designed for the prevention and treatment of diseases which are influenced by food intake; laboratory experiences in diet calculations, nutritional assessment techniques, and patient charting skills. Spring semester alternate years. Lecture 3 hours, lab 2 hours. Prerequisite(s): Biology 208, 209 or Human Ecology 335.
436 Perspectives in Clinical Nutrition II (4)
The study of diet and disease; application of appropriate nutritional therapies for endocrine disorders, hypermetabolic conditions, immune system disorders, pulmonary diseases, cancer, liver and renal disease. Includes practicum/placement. Spring semester alternate years. Prerequisites: Human Ecology 434.
445 Families: Home, School, Community Partnerships (3)
A study of the family system as it assumes the child rearing function and parents the developing child throughout the stages of the family life cycle. Special attention is given throughout to the study of parent-professional, parent-community relationships and skills and approaches for building successful partnerships with families. Includes the study of families with special circumstances, and how professionals can be supportive and facilitative. Every semester. Field component.
446 Strategies for Assessing Young Children (3)
Designed to provide an overview of assessment rationale and experiences in administrating a variety of assessments from informal to formal. Field component. Prerequisites: Education 323, Human Ecology 345.
448 Family Resource Management (3)
A study of the managerial functions involved in individual and family systems. The course will include budgeting and financial planning, housing, insurance, credit, savings, decision making, time and stress management, retirement, environmental resources, and taxes.
495r Departmental Honors (1-3 hours per term, 4 hours for two terms)
On demand. See Departmental Honors, page 39.
497r Research (1-4)
498r Individual Studies (1-4)
499r Group Studies (1-4)