Work, Family, and Community: Exploring Interconnections

Work, Family, and Community: Exploring Interconnections
How family life and employment interact with each other and with other community contexts (school, church, government, recreation, media, the economy, and health care, etc.) in patterns of mutual influence.
SFL
370
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesSFL 101 & STAT 121 & SFL 290; SFL 160 or concurrent enrollment.
 TaughtFall Contact Department, Winter Contact Department
Course Outcomes

Content and Theory

Critically examine the reciprocal interactions of the course content concerning marriages, homes, and families.

Analyze how current events, trends, and changes in these contexts affect marriages, homes, and families.

Demonstrate writing, critical thinking, problem-solving, and presentation skills to be better prepared to personally make a difference in the contexts discussed in class.

Understand how to better manage your own marriage, home, and family as they interface with the contexts discussed in class.

Analyze how to be an effective advocate for shaping the contexts covered in class to be more supportive of strong marriages, homes, and families.