Life-Span Developmental Psychology
This course examines the physical, social, and cognitive changes that occur between conception and older adulthood. A wide range of issues will be addressed, such as the contributions of genetics and the environment, gender differences, family and interpersonal relations, career development, retirement, and death. Includes at least 15 hours of field experience.
PSYC 210 B1
Course Format Description
Synchronous online course meeting three times each week. Attendance at synchronous activities is encouraged though not required at the assigned course time. Asynchronous activities will include recorded lectures, videos, and observations, as well as reading and writing assignments. Students will also meet in individual appointments with the professor and in small student groups that they schedule themselves.