Human Growth and Development
Psychoeducational aspects of developmental theory across the life span, including psychosocial, moral, ego, cognitive, faith, and identity. Developmental implications in the counseling process.
CPSE
649
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 Taught 
Course Outcomes: 


Fundamental assumptions of developmental psychology

a) Articulate the fundamental assumptions of developmental psychology.

Differentiate developmental psychology from other models

b) Differentiate developmental psychology from other models (e.g., behavioral, cognitive).

Process of human development

c) Articulate the process of human development across "stages" of the human life span.

Characteristics of each stage of human development

d) Articulate the characteristics of each progressive "stage" of human development.

Processes and characteristics in extended case studies

e) Identify processes and characteristics in extended case studies.

Developmental psychology

f) Apply developmental psychology to specific problems in the human condition.