• Welcome to Life Management
     
    The Life Management department offers a vareity of courses for students to take. The courses we offer are:
     
    Foods and Nutrition is designed to provide students with skills necessary to apply proper nutrition to meal planning and preparation. Students will have opportunities to participate in many labs that include the preparation of fruits, grains, dairy products, meats, vegetables and various dessert recipes. The course focuses on good nutrition, kitchen safety, sanitation and healthy life style choices.

     

    Multicultural Foods is designed to provide students with the opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills in food planning and preparation. The focus of this class will be on the characteristics of foods from different cultures, regions, and countries.

     

    Interior Design is designed to provide students with skills necessary to create a personal house. Class activities will develop your "designer's eye", in combining the elements and principles of design to create a harmonious interior. Projects are integrated throughout the course to provide applications in architecture, furniture styles, floor planning and interiors. 

    Parenting & Child Development is designed to provide students with the opportunity to gain knowledge in early childhood development through activities and discussions. Students participate with a computerized "Baby Think It Over" doll that simulates daily baby care and responsibility. 

    Contemporary Life Issues helps students underastand and cope with personal, family and social challenges. Course topics will be tailored to class nbeeds and interests; including personal and family relationships, aging issues and may include basic personal finance, gender role issues and stress management. 

    Human Sexuality is designed to provide students with a comprehensive study of human sexuality. It encompasses the biological, social, psychoogical, and cultural dimensions of sexuality. 

    Today’s Health is designed to provide students with the practical life skills necessary to maintain total health today and in the future. Major course emphasis is placed on wellness, understanding oneself and others, substance use and abuse, and human sexuality. Today's health fulfills the graduation requirements for 1/2 credit of health education. 

     

    **In order to test out of a course, you must complete the paperwork found on the CFE home page before the deadline.**