HMD 225 IND DIFFERENCES IN DEVELOPMENT
A study of the range of and variation in patterns of development in children and youth and their familial, medical, societal, and educational consequences. Consideration of etiology, contemporary treatment, policy and intervention approaches. Community service learning at the Children's Program is required.
Two lectures; three hours of supervised work at the department Children's Program.
for Human Development majors, or EDU 223
for Education Certificate students.
Enrollment limited to 28 students.