PYB 505: Human Develop Diversty

2011-08-24 -

Maximum Increased.

Synonym:

78067 (for web registration)

Section:

B

Faculty:

Timothy Lowry

Credits:

3

Seats:

22

Semester:

Fall 2011

Meeting Schedule:

Wednesdays 8/31 - 12/14 (1:00PM-3:29PM)

Description:

Competency Area: Behavioral Science
Required of and restricted to Fall 2011 entering DMT I, CMHC I and SAAC I students; others by written permission of Program Director provided to the Registrar's Office via Antioch email.

This course will provide an overview of human development throughout the lifetime in the family, social and cultural context. The individual and family life cycles will be viewed as mutually interactive processes which are also affected by such factors as biology/genetics, gender, race, ethnicity, acculturation, religion, etc. The development of the individual will be traced chronologically through a survey of a select number of major theoretical approaches. The family and other factors influencing and generated by the individual?s developmental tasks will be explored concurrently.