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U315-321 Human Development in Adolescence

This course covers the major physical, psychological, intellectual, and social changes that occur during adolescence. Topics include history and theories of adolescence; physical, cognitive, and moral development; and the issues and problems surrounding sexuality, gender, morality, family, peer, school, culture, technology, and health. For the first 12 units, students respond to 1 or 2 essay questions. For Unit 13, students review 2 films about adolescence that they have viewed during the course; for Unit 14, in lieu of a final exam, students review and reflect upon several aspects of adolescent development. The course fulfills the human development requirement in the Wisconsin teacher certification program.

Course Syllabus



Course Information
PrerequisitesNone; Appropriate for advanced high school and first-year or higher college students
Credits3 undergraduate credits
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Delivery MethodOnline
Course Start DateDate payment received
Course End Date1 year after start date
Registration DeadlineNone
Costs
Course Tuition*$981
Administrative Fee$75 (nonrefundable)
Total Tuition and Fees$1056 (not including materials)
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Course Materials
Adolescence
(ISBN: 0073133728) Edition: 11th

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