Lifespan Development

CNSL A725
3.00 crs.

In this course, instructors offer an advanced study of human development from conception to death. Students will learn about the human experience from a social, emotional, cognitive, learning, neurological, physiological perspective. Topics include developmental theory, unique therapeutic issues across the lifespan, and matching interventions to developmental stage. Relevant cultural and ethical intersections with lifespan development and differential interventions are explored.

Course Prerequisite

Course Cross-listing

Course Corequisite