IHSW 209

Development Across the Lifespan: Birth Through Adulthood

Course details

This course covers the major physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development of normal growth throughout the human lifespan. There will be a focus on historical and cultural perspectives including those from the North, theories of development, research findings, and methods employed in the field of developmental psychology. Students will concentrate their assignments and exams on the developmental range they anticipate for their professional practice, in keeping with their projected career area. All students will be required to demonstrate an understanding of the major theorists in the field of developmental psychology and the implications of these theories for their practice in the health field.  

3 Credits

Course prerequisite:


This course is featured in the following Yellowhead Tribal College programs: