Classes

The information below does not take the place of a syllabus and is subject to change across semesters.

3rd floor of the North Stairwell in Campbell Hall on the OSU Campus (Photo by Anita Parker, April 2014)

3rd floor Stairwell in Campbell Hall (Photo by Anita Parker, April 2014)

HDFS 2400: Lifespan Development
(Previously HDFS 364)

  • This class has several midterms and a final examination
  • Short assignments will occur during the semester and will help you prepare your final project
  • This class includes a group project (individual project can be substituted if absolutely necessary)
  • Attendance is critical to your success in this course
  • Extra credit is available

 HDFS 2367: Balancing Work and Family
(Previously HDFS 367)

  • This is a Level-2 writing course
  • There are online quizzes in this class
  • This class has no midterm or final
  • You will write as an individual and as a group
  • Attendance is critical to your success in this course
  • Extra credit is available
  • Family Handout (to accompany “The Second Shift”) is available here: family handout parker version

Front Arches (Facing Mirror Lake) of Campbell Hall on OSU Campus (Photo by Anita Parker)

Front Arches of Campbell Hall on OSU Campus (Photo by Anita Parker)

HDFS 5440: Human Sexuality in Context
(Previously HDFS 370)

  • This is a Level-3 writing course
  • The content of this class is sexual in nature (gasp!) and maturity is expected along with a healthy dose of open-mindedness (we can work on the open-minded part together)
  • Class discussions are an integral part of the course design
  • We are joined by many speakers during the semester
  • There are online quizzes in this class but no midterms or final
  • You will complete several writing assignments during the semester – they are all building blocks for your final project/paper
  • You will conduct research as part of a group assignment and produce an individual paper based on the findings of your group
  • Attendance is mandatory. It comprises half of the points for this class. There is absolutely no way to succeed in this class without good attendance and the only students who have ever failed it are students who didn’t attend class.
  • Extra credit is available

 


Bathroom Hardware in Campbell Hall, 2nd Floor, on the OSU Campus (Photo by Anita Parker, April 2014)

Bathroom Hardware in Campbell Hall  (Photo by Anita Parker, April 2014)

HDFS 3193: Practicum in Human Development and Family Science Research
(Individual Study)

  • This course is “by permission only” and involves independent research
  • Self-motivation is critical to success in this course (which is generally a one-credit course).
  • Interested in this class but unsure of the time requirements? Click here for a brief description: 3193 Basic Information
  • Contact Instructor for more information.

 


The Classroom Waits. Room 143 in Campbell Hall at OSU (Photo by Anita Parker, April 2014)

The classroom waits. Room 143 in Campbell Hall on OSU Campus (Photo by Anita Parker, April 2014)


HDFS 466: Human Service Organization

(Under Semesters, this course has been combined with 468 to create the new HDFS 2210: Helping Skills in Context)


Door to the 3rd floor balcony of the main lecture hall in Campbell Hall on OSU Campus (Photo by Anita Parker, April 2014)

Door to the balcony of the main lecture hall in Campbell Hall on OSU Campus (Photo by Anita Parker, April 2014)

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