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HUMS 202 – Choices in a Consumer Society
 Welcome to HUMS 202 – Choices in a Consumer Society  
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  Course Information
    Welcome to HUMS 202
    What is HUMS 202?
    Course Description
Course Policies
    Deadline to Add Course
    Grading Policies
Tips for Success
    How Does HUMS 202 Work?
    How to Pass the Course
    Consumer Literacy Articles
    System Requirements
    Money Smart Support
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Welcome to HUMS 202 – Choices in a Consumer Society

This online-only, one credit, self-paced, pass/fail course is required of all students with majors in the VCU College of Humanities and Sciences, and it should be taken in the student's freshman year along with UNIV 111 or UNIV 112. It provides students with information on banking, savings, budgeting, credit & loans, purchasing a home, and other relevant topics. In this course, students will be asked to read or view some informational material, answer review questions (within the online material), and take graded tests in Blackboard for credit. Note that HUMS 202 is currently offered every Fall and Spring semester, and HUMS 202 is sometimes offered during Summer School.

Information on this course, including syllabus material, can be found in the various areas linked through the menu above. Links to the lesson modules and the after-module tests can be found in the HUMS 202 area of Blackboard (accessible to enrolled students only).

Please, take some time to look around the site and read the syllabus and other course-related material. If after reviewing the material you still have questions, feel free to contact me at WSStreet@VCU.edu.

Dr. Scott Street
HUMS 202 Coordinator


Dr. W. Scott Street, IV
P.O. Box 843083
1015 Floyd Avenue
Richmond, VA 23284-3083
(804) 828-1303
FAX: (804) 828-8785

Directions to Harris Hall (1015 Floyd Ave.)

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Date Last Modified: September 21, 2017