Study development from the prenatal period to young adulthood. Cover topics including biological processes, physical, perceptual, and socioemotional development, cognition and language, and how families, peers, culture, and gender shape development.
This course meets a liberal education area, fulfills requirements in multiple majors, and 3301 may be used as upper division credits for a College of Liberal Arts bachelor of arts degree.
Get an overview of development in the teenage years/second decade of life. Explore the interactions of adolescents with family, school, and society.
This course counts in both developmental psychology and psychology majors.