PSYC 2033 - Adolescent Development, 3 Credits
Prerequisite(s): PSYC 1013 with D or better
Course Attributes: Gen. Ed. - Social Sciences, Liberal Arts and Science
Adolescent Development is an introduction to the physical, cognitive, and social changes which occur between puberty and young adulthood. Contemporary issues of gender, sexuality, morality, and education are discussed. Psychological theories and developmental stages of life will be explored by the student and applied to adolescent behavior.