Offered by Department of Family
Studies and Interior Design
College of Business and Technology
- FSID 801P - New Development and Trends in Textiles - 3 hours
- FSID 802P - Selected Readings in Human Relationships - 3 hours
- Prereq: FSID 150, FSID 351 OR permission of instructor
Analysis of major studies and current literature.
- FSID 850P - The Aging Adult - 3 hours
- Prereq: FSID 150 or permission of instructor
A study of the interrelationships of the common factors concerning aging, the major objective being an understanding of
the individual during the later stages of the family life cycle.
- FSID 865P - Advanced Study of Sexual Behavior - 3 hours
- An in-depth analysis of human sexual behavior from psychological, sociological, biological, ethological, historical,
and economic perspectives.
- FSID 881P - Cross Cultural Family Patterns - 3 hours
- This course examines the concept of family as it appears in various cultural contexts in the United States and in other
settings. Family and culture will be viewed both historically and in the contemporary period. Various models of the
family, representing both western and nonwestern traditions, will be explored through readings, discussion, and
writing. Particular emphasis will be given to gaining understanding about the values, traditions, and
socio-economic/geopolitical circumstances, that influence the development of culture.
- FSID 886P - Families in Crisis - 3 hours
- Prereq: FSID 351 or permission of instructor
This course enables Family Studies and other service and social support-oriented students to understand the trauma and
recovery process associated with normative and catastrophic family crisis. Note: This course alone does not prepare
students to be crisis interventionists.
- FSID 890P - Special Problems in Family Studies and Interior Design - 3 hours
- For Family and Consumer Scientists who wish to update their understanding of accepted educational procedures and/or
practices in their professional fields.
- FSID 892P - Advanced Developmental Theory - 3 hours
- Seminal as well as current developmental theories will be examined in depth. Particular emphasis will be placed on the most
influential theories and their relevance to infant, child, and adolescent development. Prior completion of
FSID 250, and
FSID 253 is highly recommended.
* This course is the immediate prerequisite. Other preparation is
required prior to this immediate prerequisite.
4 Dec 2008