Child & Family Studies 

updated 7/9/18


CFS 110
Learning and Playing (1-2)
Parents learn about child development and how to apply that knowledge in their parenting role. Children attend classes with parents and participate in learning activities.

CFS 120, 121, 122
Learning with Infants and Toddlers (2)
Parents learn about child development and how to apply that knowledge in their parenting role. Children attend classes with parents and participate in learning activities, music, discussion and art.

CFS 130, 131, 132
Positive Parenting I (1-4)
Level I students are introduced to parenting skills to use with children through classroom participation, lecture, and discussion. First quarter of a three-year sequence.

CFS 135
Winning at Fatherhood (2)
Positive parenting techniques for fathers. Learn to build positive relationships with your children.

CFS 140, 141, 142
Positive Parenting IV (1-4)
Level II students develop and practice parenting skills with children through classroom participation, lecture, and discussion. Fourth quarter of a three-year sequence.

CFS 144
Family Relationships (2)
Students develop positive parenting skills to strengthen family relationships.

CFS 146
Parents and Adolescents (3)
Parents and teens strengthen their relationship through positive communications, self-awareness, feelings, problem solving, family rules and consequences, and age appropriate expectations and independence.

CFS 147
Family/Life Management (1-4)
Learn to effectively balance family and work.

CFS 150, 151, 152
Positive Parenting VII (1-4)
Level III students demonstrate parenting skills from previous levels through classroom participation, lecture and discussion. Seventh quarter of a three-year sequence.

CFS 170
Nurturing Parents (1-4)
Increase parenting skills through direct instruction and feedback. The focus includes: attachment and bonding; normal child development; age appropriate expectations, guidance and discipline, and understanding and responding to children's individual needs

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