FCS 793 Section 79

 

Development and Guidance of Children and Adolescents

Theory and current research findings applied to the study of growth, development, and guidance of normal children, from conception through adolescence within the context of the family.

This course is intended for students seeking Graduate Certification in Family and Consumer Science (210)

 

 Textbook Information

 

Required Textbook

The Developing Person Through Childhood and Adolescence (8th edition) by K.S. Berger
ISBN: 978-1429216470

Suggested Textbooks

Soft Spoken Parenting: 50 Ways Not to Lose Your Temper with Your Kids (2007)
by H.W. Goddard
ISBN: 978-1933317885

Between Parent and Child (2003) by A. Ginnot/H.W. Goddard
ISBN: 978-0609809884

Textbooks available through University Store & Text Rental.

 

 Tuition and Fees

 

​WI Graduate
3 credits: $1333.41

Tuition reflects WI resident off-campus rate plus a $20 distance education administration fee per credit in which you are registered.
Wisconsin Resident Estimated Tuition (subject to change)
 

 Registration

 

​Permission is required to register for this course.

Contact
Vicki Carlson
CPS 100
715-346-4782
vcarlson@uwsp.edu

 

 Course

 

​Course
FCS 793

Section
79

Credits
3

Dates/Times
June 16 - August 1

Location
Online

 

 Instructor

 

​Susan Turgeson
CPS 238A
715-346-2263
sturgeso@uwsp.edu