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PSY 2183 Life Span Development Dual Enrollment

Course ID: 4273

PSY 2183 Life Span Development examines human growth and development throughout the life cycle. This course examines in depth the physical, intellectual, social, and emotional processes, challenges, and opportunities that people encounter at the various stages of life. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
· Describe key events/concepts in biosocial, cognitive, and psychosocial development in each lifespan period.
· Identify and explain the approaches of various developmental psychologists.
· Integrate and/or contrast Biblical concepts with developmental theory.
· Obtain in-depth knowledge in a content area of interest within developmental psychology.
· Understand and apply course knowledge in a way that is beneficial to one's lifestyle.
· Obtain a better understanding of parenting skills and preferences through reflection on one's own experiences.

URGENT NOTE:


In order to receive any Dual Enrollment credits from PBAU you must go to Dual Enrollment PBAU Registration and follow the directions precisely. This should be done only after you have enrolled in the class, and have a held and approved seat. Thank you!

Categories:
Target Levels: Grade 10; Grade 11; Grade 12
High School Credits: 0.5
College Credits: 3

Jason Beaupied

Tuition and Class Schedule by Academic Term:

Spring Only 2025

  • Tuition and Fees

    • Tuition: $595.00

    • PBAU Fee for DE: $60.00

    • Paid Security Guard Fee for Safety of Children: $25.00

  • Section 1: Jason Beaupied (beautifulfoot@mac.com) (Open)

    • Thu 8:00 am - 10:30 am

The following areas are to be covered:

1) The Science of Developmental Psychology
2) Heredity and the Environment
3) Genetics
4) Prenatal Development and Birth
5) Infancy and Toddler Years: Biosocial, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
6) Play Years: Biosocial, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
7) School Years: Biosocial, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
8) Adolescence: Biosocial, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
9) Early Adulthood: Biosocial, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
10) Middle Adulthood: Biosocial, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
11) Late Adulthood: Biosocial, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
12) Death and Dying

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