PSY 241: Applied Developmental Psychology

Credits 3 Lecture Hours 3

Examines the emotional, mental, physical, and social development of individuals from infancy to adulthood with special attention to the impact of racism at each developmental stage.

Prerequisite Courses

Grade of C or better in PSY 100

Course Outcomes
  • Discuss the biological and environmental basis of human behavior.
  • Integrate the basic perspectives, concepts, and principles of developmental psychology.
  • Utilize the various developmental psychology models and concepts in explaining human behaviors.
  • Recognize the study of psychology as a science.
  • Explain how racism impacts development at various stages of the lifespan.