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Office of the University Registrar

2005-06 Undergraduate Catalog


College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Family, Youth and Community Sciences

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

The FYCS minor provides an introduction to the core areas of family, youth and community, and is particularly useful to students whose career plans include working with people in a variety of settings. A minimum of 15 credit hours is required and includes four core FYCS courses plus one elective, which can be selected from FYCS courses or from an approved list.

Courses (13 credits)

FYC 3001 Introduction to Family, Youth and Community Sciences4
FYC 3101 Parenting and Family Dvlopmt. or FYC 3112 Contemporary Family Problems and Intervention3
FYC3201 Foundations of Youth Development3
FYC3401 Introduction to Social and Economic Perspectives on the Community3

Electives (3 credits)*

Any additional FYCS course or select one from approved area of specialization (AOS) courses.

* Students must meet prerequisites.