PSY-341 Psychology of Adolescent Development

This course explores the development of youth from pre-adolescence to late adolescence and emerging adulthood from a historical and cultural view as well as theoretical and practical perspectives. Critical thinking based on current research in this field will be emphasized. The influences of heredity, family, culture, school, and peers will be considered as contexts within which adolescents develop. Prerequisites: PSY-201 and Junior standing


3 credits


PSY-201 must be completed and Junior standing obtained prior to registering for this course.