|Chaula Patel||Major/Minor||4||Psychology Major/Minor||3|
This course provides a comprehensive overview of human psychological development from the prenatal period through the lifespan. History, theory, and methods specific to developmental study will be discussed as part of this course.
- Students will be able to identify and describe the major theories, methods, and findings of developmental science across the lifespan of an individual.
- Students will be able to identify and analyze the influence of culture on development.
- Students will be able to relate child development concepts and findings to experiences from their own lives.
- Interactive class discussions on every concept. Small class size
- Use of articles, news clipping, videos, etc. to further explain concept i.e. enable a practical understanding of the concept.
- Classroom exercises
- Evaluations are conducted throughout the semester to ensure that the students’ learning outcomes are appraised.
Students are expected to –
- Complete all required reading for each scheduled class as per the course outline,
- Actively participate in class activities and discussions, and
- Complete all evaluative processes for successful course completion!