CE ADULT ROLES & FINANCIAL LITERACY, CHF DV/SS2400
WSU – 3 Credit Hours
Course fee: $30.00 WSU Admission (one-time)
$5.00 per credit hour registration fee ($15)
Book purchase required
$10.00 Class Fee
FCCLA membership is encouraged
This course prepares students to understand the nature, function, and significance of human relationships involving individuals and families integrated with general financial literacy. Students will develop skills for self-awareness, decision making, career preparation, communication, dating, marriage, parenting, and money management. This course will prepare you for your future as an adult. The Adult Roles and Financial Literacy (ARFL) 1.0 credit course will fulfill the .5 credit General Financial Literacy (GFL) Graduation requirement with the remaining .5 credit counting as CTE or elective credit.
Experience the physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development of individuals from conception through death. Current issues in research associated with these topics will also be examined. Through reading, discussing, listening, testing, observing, and experiencing, the processes of growth and development will become more meaningful as they pertain to the students' personal development, as well as, to those around him/her (young and old alike). This course is a prerequisite and is required for all students pursuing a degree in Education, Early Childhood Education, Social Work, and Nursing or Premed.