US Family Issues & Social Action is designed to help students critically examine private and public family and related community issues and appropriate social action in a democratic culture.
Citizens who effectively take social action for the well-being of their families and communities have the empowering knowledge, skills, and beliefs to take appropriate action. Such knowledge, skills, and beliefs include:
1) knowledge of the public policy development process;
2) the critical thinking skills to evaluate what they hear, read, and observe;
3) the research skills for locating background and other relevant and reliable information;
4) the writing and oral presentation skills to clearly communicate their concerns, credibly explain and support their positions, and propose feasible solutions for family and related community issues; and
5) the belief that they can make a difference.
Register for FCSE 4325-H01 (45669) this Fall to gain these skills! For more information contact Dr. Cindy Miller at email@example.com.