Name of Program: Dept. of Housing and Consumer
Address: Dawson Hall
Phone: (706) 542-4877
Course Contact: Dr. Anne L. Sweaney.
Course Title: Marketplace Research in Housing Adaptations for the Elderly
Description: The goal of this project is to help the participants learn more
about what types of products are available in retail stores for home modifications.
While the project is designed around a focus on home modifications for the
elderly, it could be adapted easily for students who are interested in adaptations
for the disabled or universal design techniques. COURSE INFO (PDF
15-week, 3 credit hour Online Course from Ball State University
Course Description . Introduction to professional practices in residential property management. Identification of and exposure to career opportunities in the field. Open to all students; no prerequisites.
Advancing the skills and knowledge of property management professionals. Interested individuals may enroll in the course by going to www.bsu.edu/distance The cost is $540 for in-state tuition and $900 for out-of-state tuition.
Name of Program: Family and Consumer Sciences (FC)
Address: Seton Hill University Box 307
Course Contact: Victoria Marie Gribschaw, S.C., Ph.D.
Course Title: FC260 Housing: Physical, Social, and Economic Environment
Description: An examination of the physical, sociocultural, and economic aspects
of housing. Includes an investigation of housing constraints, needs, alternatives,
finance, and government involvement in housing. Fall semester. 3 credits.