Human Development and Family Science Course Offerings: 2017-2018

OSU-Cascades students are responsible for their education and for completing their degree requirements. Using the following course forecast information students will plan ahead and work with their advisor to create and update academic plans.

All information is subject to change. Make sure to check back for updates and continued planning.

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Summer Term 2018- Subject To Change

  • HDFS 399: Health In Later Adulthood
  • HDFS 447: Families and Poverty
  • ST 351: Intro to Statistical Methods
  • ART 367: History of Design (Synthesis, Science, Tech & Society course)
  • BB 332: Molecular Medicine (Synthesis, Science, Tech & Society course)

FALL TERM 2018- Subject To Change

  • HDFS 107: Introductions to Human Services
  • HDFS 201: Contemporary Families in the U.S.
  • HDFS 209: Human Services Practicum (HDFS 107)
  • HDFS 240: Human Sexuality
  • HDFS 311: Infant and Child Development
  • HDFS 341: Family Studies
  • HDFS 360: Critical Thinking in Human Development and Family Science
  • HDFS 361: Applied Research Methods (ST 202 or ST 351 highly recommended before taking HDFS 361)
  • HDFS 410: Internship: Child Development option (HDFS 330)
  • HDFS 410: Internship: Human Services option (HDFS 209)
  • HDFS 447: Families and Poverty
  • HDFS 461: Program Development and Proposal Writing (HDFS 360)
  • PSY 201: General Psychology
  • ST 351: Introduction to Statistical Methods

WINTER TERM 2019- Subject To change

  • HDFS 107: Introductions to Human Services
  • HDFS 201: Contemporary Families in the U.S.
  • HDFS 312: Parenting Research & Application
  • HDFS 313: Adolescent Development (sophomore standing)
  • HDFS 330: Fostering Learning in Early Childhood Development (HDFS 311)
  • HDFS 361: Applied Research Methods (ST 202 or ST 351)
  • HDFS 444: Family Violence and Neglect (6 credits of HDFS, SOC or PSY)
  • HDFS 447: Families and Poverty
  • HDFS 461: Program Development and Proposal Writing (HDFS 360)
  • HDFS 462: Skills for Human Services Professionals (HDFS 107 and HDFS 209)
  • HDFS 465: Topics: Thrive (6 credits of HDFS, SOC or PSY)
  • COMM 218: Interpersonal Communication
  • NUTR 225: General Human Nutrition
  • PSY 202: General Psychology
  • SOC 204: Intro. to Sociology
  • ST 201: Principles of Statistics

SPRING TERM 2019- SubJect To Change

  • HDFS 209: Human Services Practicum (HDFS 107)
  • HDFS 314: Adult Development and Aging
  • HDFS 331: Directed Experience (HDFS 330)
  • HDFS 341: Family Studies
  • HDFS 360: Critical Thinking
  • HDFS 410: Internship: Human Services option (HDFS 107 and HDFS 209)
  • HDFS 431: Family/School/Community
  • HDFS 432: Children with Special Needs
  • HDFS 447: Families and Poverty
  • HDFS 461: Program Development and Proposal Writing (HDFS 360)
  • HDFS 465: Religion and the Family
  • ST 202: Principles of Statistics (ST 201)
  • WR 327: Technical Writing