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223. Personal and Family Financial Management (3)

Prerequisite: GE Foundation requirements.
A functional approach to personal finance including budget systems, consumer credit, insurance, debt collection system, status obligation, accumulating reserves. Applicable for personal and professional use.
(Lecture-discussion 3 hours)

226. Consumer Life Skills (3)

Prerequisite: GE Foundation requirements.
Consumer life skills with an emphasis on practical applications in the marketplace. Includes the history of the consumer movement, consumer rights and responsibilities, financial wellness, consumer debt, consumer behavior, fraud, and consumer redress.
(Lecture-discussion 3 hours)

228. Housing in Global Perspective (3)

Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirements.
Family housing options and choices in urban and rural areas throughout the world viewed within the context of history, politics, culture, art, environment, geography, technology and economics.
(Lecture-discussion, 3 hours).


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