Interpersonal Relationships

  • Teen Issues
    Prerequisite: None

    Course Number: F406601
    Course Length: 1 semester/quarter/tri
    Course Description:
    This course explores the intense world of teen relationships with family, friends, romances, employers, and co-workers. Students will be able to practice new communication skills and learn how to develop friendships, deal with stress, practice healthy dating, make good decisions about people, and work well with others.
     
    Relationships
    Prerequisite: None

    Course Number: F406151
    Course Length: 1 semester/quarter/tri
    Course Description:
    This course explores individual development; helping students to learn about themselves and their relationships with peers, family members, and co-workers. Students will learn about setting goals, developing esteem, communicating effectively, handling stress and crisis in families, keeping good friendships, and dating and partner selection. Social problems that affect relationships will be examined to help students develop strategies to deal with them when needed.
     
    Family Dynamics
    Prerequisite: None

    Course Number: F406301
    Course Length: 1 semester/quarter/tri
    Course Description:
    This course evaluates the significance of family and its impact on the well-being of individuals and society. Student will examine family functions, roles, types, lifespan changes, societal expectations, culture, traditions and global perspectives. Students will explore how the family meets the needs of each member and the family as a whole including the impact of differences, perspectives, and the effects of crisis.