Jul 17, 2024  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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HHS 201 - Interprofessional Perspectives on Whole Child Development


This course covers aspects of whole-child development not deeply addressed in other required coursework for students pursuing the ‘Developing Child and Families’ minor (i.e.. CSD132 [speech and language], PSY221 [cognitive and emotional], SWK304 [family and community systems]); specifically, this course covers topics in early learning and literacy, motor development (fine and gross), and sensory development (including feeding). Development across the early years (birth - early school age) will be emphasized with recognition of the range of typical development as well as individual differences. Major theories of development will be reviewed as a foundational aspect of this course. 

Prerequisites & Notes
Typical offering cycle: Spring. Typical yearly cycle: All years.

Credits: 3



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