Family & Consumer Sciences

FACS-LOGO-2FACS courses prepare students for the work required in family life and careers based on family and consumer sciences skills. Courses are part of the elective offerings and are open to all.

Child Development

Learn about the growth and development of young children and build a base of knowledge that can be applied toward further education and a career in the child care industry. Students on the track for Early Childhood Completer will serve an internship or participate in Work-Based Learning.

Child Development I – Course Outline 2016

Child Development II – Course Outline 2016

Child Development III – Course Outline 2016

Introduction to the Teaching Profession – Course Syllabus 2016

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Nutrition

Study the art and science of Nutrition while learning cooking techniques and the role of food in life and its affect on human psychology and sociology. Upon completion of Art/Science of Nutrition A & B, and pass the final exam with a “C” or better, may be eligible to earn articulated credit in the Dietetics Program at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.

Honors Art & Science of Nutrition-A  Course Syllabus 2016

 
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