A part-time instructor is needed to teach HFS 362 Sec. M001 –Community & Family Resource Management (3 credits) in Spring 2020 semester (1/13/20-5/10/20). Course description: Exploration of concepts of day-to-day living, family life, household organization, and family services in the community. Strategies for managing acquisition and allocation of resources to meet economic, physiological, emotional and social needs of family members. Class meets: Online Class
Internal Number: 82360
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