Courses

  • PSYC-3613 Adolescence and Early Adulthood

    A study of the developmental process of adolescence and early adulthood. It will focus on biological, cognitive, and socio-emotional issues as they pertain to the ongoing changes in this time of the life cycle. Attention will be given to issues of gender, culture, family relationships, peer relationships, sexuality, and education. Special attention will also be given to issues that young adults face as they venture into collegiate life, career exploration and new family roles. Same as FMST-3613. This course is normally offered in the fall semester of odd numbered years.