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SEA 115

SEA 115 Understanding Family Dynamics
3 Credits

This course examines the patterns and structures of family life, the influences on family and the diversity of family from one culture and class to another. The course focuses on providing an understanding of how different family dynamics create variability in individual children's social and emotional development. The purpose of this course is to increase student awareness regarding the diversity of families, which in turn will influence their ability to provide relevant family support to children and families. The course includes a special focus on First Nations families.

Prerequisites
English 12, English 050, English 045 or successful placement on CAT III

Transfer Credits
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