Jun 20, 2021  
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CHF 4310 - Understanding the Modern United States Military Family

Credits: (3)
Typically Taught Fall Semester: Full Sem
Typically Taught Spring Semester: Full Sem
This course is designed to assist you in understanding the structure and formation of each service branch as well as the experiences of families serving in the U.S. Military focusing on both Active duty and Reserve components using Family Systems Theory, Risk and Resiliency Theory and Ambiguous Loss Theory. In recent years, many changes have taken place in the military family landscape. The knowledge gained in this course should provide you with insight into the complex experiences of today’s U.S. Military Families. The information provided in this course is designed to assist students to be effective in professional settings working with military personnel and their families, and is a starting foundation for those interested in pursuing professional civilian careers working with military families in a variety of settings (e.g., nonprofit organizations, the U.S. Military, and others). This course will focus on different components of family life that specifically impact military families. The course format will include (1) readings, (2) online lectures, (3) quizzes, (4) exams, and (5) online and in class discussion.
Pre-requisite(s): CHF 1400 , CHF 1500 , CHF 2400 .



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