PSYC 254 - Life Span Human Development
This course applies psychological principles to human perspectives of development. The first portion of the course is devoted to studying principles, processes, theories and research methodology. The second part applies these concepts to each stage of the human life span from conception through aging and death and dying, with emphasis on child, preadolescent and adolescent development. Community resources are used for field trips, guest speakers, etc., throughout the second part of the course.
Prerequisites: Sophomore Standing AND PSYC 157
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (4-0)
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