PSY227 Child & Adolescent Psychology

This course explores the interaction between nature and nurture in order to better understand developmental differences from conception through adolescence. Prominent developmental theories are integrated with a focus on human service, in order to better understand and support children and adolescents with diverse backgrounds/challenges. This course overlaps significantly with PSY 203: Developmental Psychology and is likely not a good fit for students who have previously taken that class.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

Registration is not allowed without instructor consent in PSY-227 if you have taken or are registered for PSY-203 Developmental Psychology.

Distribution

SS

Offered

Annual Fall & Spring Semesters