PSYC 241: Adult Development is an introduction to normal adult development. This course examines critical issues and theories of adolescence, early, middle and late adulthood. This course focuses on how individuals develop within their physical, psychological, and social environments, and on how the processes of development change as people progress through adolescence and adult life. A lifespan perspective is emphasized.
PSYC 100/101 or equivalent. Note: pre-requisites may be waived with written permission of the instructor and School Chair.