CDFS 4391 / 5391
Aging, Health and Development
Child Development and Family Studies 4391 / 5391 is a fully integrated service-learning course. The purpose of the program is to affect positively the sense of well-being, physical fitness, and health status of older individuals. It also allows students to learn about aging, old age, history, and the different cultures present in our particular environment. AHeAD serves as a catalyst for the integration of various age, racial, and ethnic groups, the University, and the community. Community partners include local senior centers and long-term care facilities. Students may earn three credits per semester as they devote hours to activities and workshops for active and institutionalized elders.
NFS 4265 - Food Safety and Sanitation
Addresses food safety issues impacting food production, storage and service within the home and service facilities.
TXMD 2200 - History of Fashion
- Spring 2016 "Living History" experience at Oaklands Museum
TXMD 4100- Fashion Promotion
Offers an overview of the sales promotion process in relation to the fashion industry; emphasis on advertising, visual merchandising, special events and fashion show production.
Department of Human Sciences
Middle Tennessee State University
1301 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Ellington Human Sciences 100
Department Interim Chair: Dr. Gina Pisut
Telephone: (615) 898-2884
Fax: (615) 898-5130
Office Hours: 8:00-4:30