Undergraduate Minor - Minor in Resource Management from the Individual, Family, and Societal Perspective

Program:
Minor in Resource Management from the Individual, Family, and Societal Perspective
Program Code:
RMIFS_MNUN Resource Management from the Individual, Family, and Societal Perspective
Program Level:
UGRD
Award Type:
Resource Management from the Individual, Family, and Societal Perspective
Department:
Human Development and Family Studies
Relevant Excerpt(s) from Academic Programs:


Excerpt from the official Academic Programs Catalog:

Listed below are the approved requirements for the program from the official Academic Programs Catalog.
Students must consult their advisors to learn which specific requirements apply to their degree programs.


College of Social Science

Department of Human Development and Family Studies

Undergraduate Programs
Minor in Resource Management from the Individual, Family, and Societal Perspective

The Minor in Resource Management from the Individual, Family, and Societal Perspective provides interdisciplinary knowledge from an ecological perspective, preparing students to manage, counsel, and work in a wide range of placements in human service, non-profit and for-profit sectors. The minor also prepares students to be more literate and capable personal money managers. 

The minor is available as an elective to students who are enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs in the College of Social Science. With the approval of the department and college that administers the student’s degree program, the courses that are used to satisfy the minor may also be used to satisfy the requirements for the bachelor’s degree.

Students who plan to complete the requirements of the minor should consult their major undergraduate advisor in the College of Social Science.

Requirements for the Minor in Resource Management from the Individual, Family, and Societal Perspective

Students must complete 15 credits from the following:
1. The following course (3 credits):
HDFS 238 Personal Finance 3
2. One of the following courses (3 credits):
EC 201 Introduction to Microeconomics 3
EC 202 Introduction to Macroeconomics 3
GEO 113 Introduction to Economic Geography 3
HRLR 316 Economics of Human Capital 3
SOC 214 Social Inequality 3
SOC 475 Health and Society 3
UP 458 Housing and Real Estate Development 3
3. Two of the following courses (6 or 7 credits):
AFRE 265 Ecological Economics 3
BUS 291 Special Topics: Introduction to Business 3
CAS 114 Creativity and Innovative Entrepreneurship 3
CEP 460 Communication Skill Training for the Helping Professional 3
CSUS 433 Grant Writing and Fund Development 3
ESHP 190 The Art of Starting 3
HST 413 Families in Historical Perspective 3
MGT 325 Management Skills and Processes 3
PHL 345 Business Ethics 4
REL 185 Introduction to Religion and Nonprofits 3
WS 339 Psychology of Women 3
4. The following capstone course (3 credits):
HDFS 438 Applied Resource Management Practicum 3