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Course Format and Schedule

Graduate level courses offered by the Department of Youth, Family and Community Studies meet in person at the University Center in Greenville. Students enrolled in the blended program, use Adobe Connect to connect to our real-time classes.

What should you expect?

  • Your professor will let you know of both physical and virtual class locations before classes start.
  • For blended class formats, there's a simultaneous live streaming of the course, where students can see, hear and interact with their peers and professors.
  • Expect synchronous and asynchronous class interactions. Your professor will inform you of your assignments and what needs to be completed.

What is expected of you?

  • We strongly encourage students to have a stable high speed Internet connection. A minimum connection speed of 1.5 Mbs is recommended.  
  • A fast computer with a minimum of 4Gb RAM.
  • Please have a working microphone, webcam and a headset/earphones ready to be used during class. 
  • For Windows users, we encourage students to use Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox to connect to the virtual room. 
  • For Mac, please use these instructions to allow Adobe add in to run on Safari
  • You will need to install the Adobe Flash player on your computer.
  • You will need to install the Adobe Connect Add-in for your browser. Run this test before your first meeting. The window will prompt you to install the necessary software.
  • Make sure your browser's pop-up blocker is turned off. If you are logging in from a different computer next time, you will need to run this test again.
  • Check your browser's settings to make sure it allows Flash to run.

Please explore the resources listed below, if you are not familiar with Adobe Connect and its functions:

Questions concerning technology used in YFCS classes may be addressed to:
Marian Turcan, Ed.D.
(864) 650-3331

Sections: Make sure you select the correct section number when registering for your class.


Spring 2019

FCS2010 Introduction to Human Rights Wednesday., 6 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Matt Hudson-Flege
FCS8110 Human Development and Family Life in a Cultural Context Wednesday. 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Susan Limber
FCS8200 International Human Rights Monday, 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Robert Muharremi
FCS8310 Community Transformation Tuesday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Mark Small
FCS8340 Research Methods II Thursday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Natallia Sianko
FCS8360 Area Studies-Caribbean & Latin America Wednesday, 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Arelis Moore de Peralta
FCS8400 Topics in Research Tuesday, 1p.m.-4 p.m. Martie Thompson

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