CCP 541: Human Development
This course will provide a graduate-level survey of human development from infancy through the entire life-span. The course examines physical, intellectual, emotional, psychological/personality and social growth and development. This course is geared toward building the student’s foundational knowledge of human development for adaptation to the professional fields of counseling and clinical field work. An important component of this course will be the exploration of universality, cultural variations, and social context in human development. Particular attention is paid to factors that can facilitate or impede physical, cognitive, social, emotional, relational and psychological/personality development.