Minors in The College of Human Ecology

 
Business Minor
2005-2006, 2006-2007 and 2007-2008 CATALOGS (BUSINESS MINOR REQUIRED FOR Hospitality Leadership MAJORS) The minor requires 24 s.h. of credit as follows:

-- ACCT 2101 Survey of Financial & Management Accounting (3) (P: Math 1065) or SUBSTITUTE ACCT 2401 AND 2591 for ACCT 2101
-- ECON 2113 Principles of Microeconomics (3) (FC:SO)
-- FINA 2244 Legal Environment of Business (3)
-- FINA 3004 Survey of Financial Management (3) (P: ACCT 2101 or 2401; ECON 2113; Math 2283)
-- MATH 2283 Statistics for Business (3) P: MATH 1065 or 1066 or equivalent) or equivalent introductory statistics course. If another statistics course is substituted, an additional business course numbered 3000 or above will be required to meet requirements for the minor.
-- MGMT 3202 Fundamentals of Management (3) (P: ECON 2113)
-- MIS 2223 Introduction to Computers (3)
-- MKTG 3832 Marketing Management (3) (P: ECON 2113)
Child Development and Family Relations Minor

The minor in child development and family relations requires 24 s.h. including 12 s.h. of the following core courses:

CDFR 1103 Marriage & Family Relations (3) or SOCI 1025 Courtship and Marriage (3)
CDFR 2000 Child Development I – Prenatal through Early Childhood (3)
CDFR 2001 Child Development II – Middle Childhood through Adolescence (3)
CDFR 3002 Child in the Family (3)

Electives (12 s.h.) to complete the minor are recommended from the following courses:

CDFR 2400 Introduction to Gerontology (3)
CDFR 3150 Introduction to Early Childhood Intervention (3)
CDFR 3210 Models and Foundations of Early Childhood Education (3)
CDFR 3215 The Family As Consumers (3)
CDFR 3306 Guiding Behavior of Children (3)
CDFR 3400 Current Issues in Early Childhood Education
CDFR 4006 Families, Sexuality, and Gender Roles (3)
CDFR 4303 Families and Cultural Diversity (3)
CDFR 4313 Trends and Issues in Family Studies (3)
CDFR 4390 Family Resource Management (3)
CDFR 5403 Parent Education (3)
CDFR 4611 Counseling Elders and their Families (3)
CFDR 4612 Family Crisis and Resources (3

Academic Concentration in Child Studies (Education Majors Only)

Students majoring in one of the education programs (i.e., elementary education or special education) often choose an academic concentration in child studies. Students are accountable for meeting all prerequisites for upper-level courses. The concentration requires 24 s.h.

CDFR 1103 Marriage & Family Relations (3) or SOCI 1025 Courtship and Marriage (3)
CDFR 2000 Child Development I – Prenatal through Early Childhood (3)
CDFR 2001 Child Development II – Middle Childhood through Adolescence (3)
CDFR 3002 Child in the Family (3) or PSYC 2201 Psychology of Childhood (3)
PSYC 1000 Introductory Psychology (3)

Electives (9 s.h.) to complete the academic concentration are recommended from the following courses:

CDFR 3150 Introduction to Early Childhood Intervention (3)
CDFR 3210 Models and Foundations of Early Childhood Education (3)
CDFR 3215 The Family As Consumers (3)
CDFR 3306 Guiding Behavior of Children (3)
CDFR 3321 Infant and Toddler Curriculum (3)
CDFR 4121 Social Studies, Math, and Science Curriculum in Early Childhood (3)
CDFR 4122 Language and Literacy Curriculum in Early Childhood (3)
CDFR 4200^ Development and Educational Assessment of Young Children (3)
CDFR 4303 Families and Cultural Diversity (3)
CDFR 4406^ Parent-Professional Collaboration (3)
CDFR 4408 Administration of Programs for Young Children (3)

^Writing Intensive
Minor in Criminal Justice

To be eligible for the program as a minor, a student is required to have completed 32 s.h. with a minimum overall 2.0 GPA, including work transferred from another institution, and must have completed JUST 1000 with a grade of C or higher. Criminal Justice minors are expected to maintain an overall 2.0 GPA throughout the program. If you will meet the requirements at the end of this current semester, you may still register for major-only courses. However, you will be administratively dropped if you do not fulfill the requirements for admission.

The minor in criminal justice requires 24 s.h. of credit as follows:

Core ................................................................................................................ 9 s.h.
JUST 1000 The Criminal Justice System (3)
JUST 3004 Crime and Criminality (3) P: JUST 1000
JUST 3500 Principles of Criminal Law (3) P: JUST 1000

Electives from criminal justice courses to complete ……..……................15 s.h.
(JUST 4990 cannot be used)

Minor in Forensic Science

As a forensic science minor, you are responsible for adhering to the regulations of your undergraduate catalogue. You are also responsible for researching the prerequisite(s) for each course before considering this minor. For example, make sure that you have met the prerequisite requirements and/or that you have taken the appropriate placement exam(s) before registering for science and anthropology courses. To declare a minor in forensic sciences, you must complete JUST 1000 with a “C” or better, complete at least 32 semester hours and have established a 2.5 overall grade point average at East Carolina University.

The minor in forensic sciences requires 24-26 s.h. of credit as follows:

  1. Core………………………………………………………………………15 s.h.

JUST 1000 Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)
JUST 3007 Criminal Investigations (3) (P: JUST major/minor or forensic science major) NOTE: Cannot be used as a Law Enforcement Elective for Major
JUST 3020 Introduction to Forensic Science (3) (P: JUST major/minor or forensic science major)
JUST 3021 Forensic Impressions and Markings (3) (P: JUST major/minor or forensic science major)
JUST 3022 Crime Scene Investigation (3) (P: JUST major/minor or forensic science major)

Substitute core courses may be approved by the Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice

  1. Electives…………………………………………………………………11 s.h.

CHEM 2650 Organic Chemistry for the Life Sciences (4) (P: CHEM 1150, 1151, P: CHEM 1160, 1161)
BIOL 2130 Survey of Human Physiology and Anatomy (4) (P: BIOL 1050, 1051 or 1100, 1101)
ANTH 3026 Forensic Anthropology (3) (P: ANTH 2015, 2016 or consent of instructor)

Other courses approved by the Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice.

 

Hospitality Management Minor

The minor in hospitality management requires 30 s.h. of credit as follows:

HMGT 1350. Introduction to Hospitality Management (3) (WI)
HMGT 1500. Multicultural Hospitality Management (3)
HMGT 2100. Lodging Management (3) (P: HMGT 1350)
HMGT 2200. Introduction to Conventions and Special Events (3) (P: HMGT 1350)
HMGT 2300. Principles of Food Preparation and Menu Planning (2) (Formerly HMGT 2110) (C: HMGT 2301)
HMGT 2301. Principles of Food Preparation and Menu Planning Lab (1) (Formerly HMGT 2111) (C: HMGT 2300)
HMGT 3300. Principles of Classical Cuisine (2) (Formerly HMGT 3110) (P: HMGT 2300, 2301, or consent of instructor; C: HMGT 3301)
HMGT 3301. Principles of Classical Cuisine Lab (1) (P: HMGT 2300, 2301, or consent of instructor; C: HMGT 3300)
HMGT 3400. Meeting, Event and Convention Planning (3) (P: HMGT 2200)
HMGT 3600. Lodging Management II (3) (P: ACCT 2101; HMGT 2100)
Select two additional 3000 or 4000-level 3 semester hour HMGT courses.
Minor in Nutrition Science
REQUIRED NUTR COURSES (15 s.h.)
NUTR 1010 Cultural Foods
NUTR 2105 Nutrition Science
NUTR 2400 Nutrition Education and Assessment
NUTR 3104 Advanced Vitamins and Minerals Fall and spring only
NUTR 3105 Nutrition Biochem/Metab Fall and spring only
NUTR 3311 Lifecycle Nutrition “ “

REQUIRED COGNATE COURSES (13 s.h.)
CHEM 2650, 2651 Organic Chemistry for the Life Sciences and Laboratory
BIOL 2130, 2131 Survey of Human Physiology and Anatomy
STATISTICS 3 credits, any
Merchandising Minor
The Minor in Merchandising provides students with the basic fundamentals of Fashion and Interior merchandising. Students gain a greater knowledge of clothing/apparel and home furnishing/interiors industries. The program provides base knowledge of elements that range from designers, to manufacturers, distributers, marketers, and retailers.

Core Course............................................................................18 s.h.
MRCH 1135. Principles of Merchandising (3) (Formerly IDMR 1135)
MRCH 2350. Merchandising Strategies (3) (Formerly IDMR 2350) (P: MRCH 1135)
MRCH 3200. Consumer Studies in Merchandising (3) (P: IDMR 2350; Merch majors or minors)
MRCH 3350. Merchandising Analysis (3) (P: MRCH 2350; Merchandising majors or minors)
MRCH 3400. Visual Merchandising, Planning, and Operations (3) (P: MRCH 1135; Merch majors or minors)
MRCH 4350. Merchandising Planning, Buying, and Sourcing (3) (P: MRCH 3350)

MRCH or IDSN electives..........................................................6 s.h.

To be eligible to declare,must have an overall cumulative 2.0 GPA. To complete the minor, must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 in the minor.

If you began the Minor in Merchandising Prior to Fall 2006 Click Here for requirements.

To minor in Merchandising please notify your academic advisor of your intent.

Please note: Although the minor in Merchandising only consist of 24 semester hours it may take up to two years to get all the courses you need due to course scheduling, etc. The sooner you decide to minor in merchandising the better.

 
         
     
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