PSYC 2130 - Lifespan Development Psychology
3 sem cr hrs
This course is a study of the biological, psychological, and psychosocial bases of human development from conception through death. Topics include current research and theory pertaining to the physical, cognitive, personality, psychological, emotional, and social development across the lifespan. Prerequisite: PSYC 1030 and documented eligibility for collegiate English
In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.
This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.
Formerly/Same As (Formerly PSY 2300)
Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
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