PSY 416 - Adult Development and Life Transitions Credits: 3
(PSY 516 ) Prerequisite: One of the following: PSY 220 , PSY 221 , PSY 223 , PSY 320 , or PSY 324 . A course in human development. An exploration of the major normative and nonnormative changes that take place during adulthood. Operating from a lifespan perspective, includes examination of how adults initiate, understand, cope with and resolve life transitions (e.g. parenting, loss, illness, career change, relationships, change.) Satisfies University Studies V: Explorations Beyond the Classroom.
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