EDU494 Adult Development and Aging

Examines adult development as a dynamic complex shaped by individual and sociocultural processes that include biological and intrapsychic processes, as well as issues of gender, ethnicity, social status, life experience, sexual orientation, and health/illness. Sociocultural ecologies of adult development, such as families, communities, and societies, will be explored relative to developmental needs and resources of young, middle-aged, and older adults. Introduces participants to a spectrum of community resources involved in supporting well-being across the life-span.

Credits: 3
Offered: Fall
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: None
EDU 494 Adult Development and Aging course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.