Child and Adolescent Psychology

PSYC-310

This course involves an advanced, in-depth study of influential theories, research methods, and research findings concerning child and adolescent development. Students will learn about physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development; and how factors within the child, family, society, and culture influence developmental processes. Students will also explore how developmental theories and research can be applied in everyday contexts and used to promote health development. Prerequisite: 171.

Credits: 

3

Department: 

Psychology