PSYC242 - Developmental Life Span
Credit Hours: 3.0
This course is designed to introduce the major theories of growth and development throughout the entire life span. The chronological life stage of the client is regarded as an integral factor that influences the physical, psychological, emotional, cognitive, social, and spiritual characteristics of an individual. Issues of gender, culture, religion, environment, and ethnicity are discussed at length. Prerequisite: PSYC101.
|Course||Sec||Days||Beg Date||End Date||Times||Campus|
|PSYC242||01||--T-R--||01/13/15||05/08/15||3:30PM - 4:45PM||Main Campus|
|PSYC242E||01||--T----||01/13/15||05/08/15||12:00PM - 2:50PM||Online Course|
|Development Across the Life Span||7th||Feldman||9780205940073||None||Pearson|