EDEM662

Child and Adolescent Development: Research, Contexts, and Applications

30 points

Not offered 2020, offered in 2018

For further information see School of Health Sciences

Description

This course aims to provide an advanced understanding of child and adolescent development by focusing on issues and concerns that may affect children and families across multiple developmental contexts. Students will examine key developmental theories as applied to a range of topics and gain valuable research and critical thinking skills through case studies, literature reviews, and group presentations.

Pre-requisites

Subject to approval of the Head of School

Restrictions

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