ECONĀ 1005 Family Economics and Household Development: 3 semester hours

Provides social service professionals that work with low income individuals and families with an understanding of the principles of personal financial management. Case studies are used to apply course content and to develop training strategies for clients to improve household financial management. The role of financial institutions and government policies as well as their impact on low income families is also examined. Resources to use with clients will be identified. ECON 1005 does not count toward a major or minor in Economics.