This course examines the emotional, mental, physical, and social development of individuals from infancy to adulthood with special attention to interests abilities and critical issues at successive developmental stages.
Grade of C or better in PSY 100 or consent of instructor.
- Discuss the biological and environmental basis of human behavior.
- Integrate the basic perspectives, concepts, principles, and general information comprising the field of developmental psychology.
- Utilize the various developmental psychology models and concepts in explaining human behaviors.
- Recognize the study of psychology as a science.