From crawling to walking, cooing to talking, child development has become a popular area of study that is still revealing new discoveries every day. Imagine being able to enter the mind of a child and see the world through their eyes.
In PSYC 200: Child Developmental Psychology students study age-related cognitive, social and emotional behavior, focusing on theories of development during infancy and childhood. This course is recommended for students planning to teach in elementary or secondary schools.
PSYC 200 is offered during the 2016 Winter Session, and fulfills a social sciences general education requirement (GEP). This is a hybrid course, which combines elements of an online course with traditional in-class meetings.
PSYC 100 with a C or better is a prerequisite for this course.