Marriage and Family

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Overview of intimate relationships and effective communication skills, and conflict resolution skills

This course is a study of selected concepts and theories of the institutions of marriage and the family and factors and forces of society which impact self-understanding, relationships, human development, life cycles, mate selection, alternative life styles, feminine and masculine roles, marital adjustments, parenting, and family crises. The responsibilities and privileges of family as legal entities of the nation, issues in marriage and the family and reflections on the seasons of marriage and family life are also emphasized.

July 22 and 24

Hampton campus
5:30-7:30p
$59

Click Here, to Register Online (just enter XPCI 680 under course code) or call 843-525-8205

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