CFS 130 Lifespan Human Development

Offered: Typically Fall and Spring terms

A survey of growth and development from conception through old age and death. Theories of development, contexts of development, research methodologies, and historical and contemporary issues are examined to help describe the physical, social, emotional, cognitive-perceptual, and moral-conscious aspects of growth and development. Individual differences, family, social, and cultural diversity, along with non-normative development for each phase of development, are examined. Directed observation is required. Course Fee: $20. 1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit