Focuses on the development of individuals from young adulthood through the end of life. Students examine longitudinal research findings on aging, and explore the implications to their current and future life choices. This course covers topics such as identity development, mate selection, work, retirement, and bereavement. Relations between the individual and their contexts of development will be explored via readings, discussions, and weekly service-learning experiences in the field. This course is designed for those who intend to work in professions serving adults, as well as those who seek a greater understanding of their current and future development. Prerequisite: PSYC120 - Human Growth and Development or consent of instructor.
PSYC330 is a 3 credit course.