Human Lifespan Development

Subject
Human Environmental Studies (HES)
Course Designator
HES.100
Academic Dean
Assistant Vice President of Academic Services, Dean of Arts & Sciences
Last Offered
2020FA
Official Course Description

This course introduces students to the study of the principles of human development from conception to death. The course provides a focus on childhood foundations in our later development, as well as familial and societal influences on our development across the lifespan. This course is designed for students interested in early childhood development and family studies related majors and careers. Students who have taken PSY.212 or an equivalent will not also receive credit for HES.100.

Upcoming Offerings

Below is a list of the planned HES.100 course sections for this semester and near future. The seat availability shown below is not updated in real time and may be out of date. Please keep in mind that course sections may be cancelled, changed, or otherwise altered before the course section start date.

2020 Fall (August-December)1 course section

Section NameSynonymLocationMeeting InfoInstructorSeats AvailableAcademic CreditsBilling CreditsAdditional Info
Section Name
HES.100.W01
Synonym
61757
Location
Internet Offering
Meeting Info
August 31 December 18
Online Course
Instructor
Kelley Eltzroth
Seats Available
4 of 25
Academic Credits
3.00
Billing Credits
3.00
Additional Info
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2021 Winter (January-May)1 course section

Section NameSynonymLocationMeeting InfoInstructorSeats AvailableAcademic CreditsBilling CreditsAdditional Info
Section Name
HES.100.W01
Synonym
62730
Location
Internet Offering
Meeting Info
January 11 May 7
Online Course
WEB
Online ONLINE
Instructor
Kelley Eltzroth
Seats Available
20 of 25
Academic Credits
3.00
Billing Credits
3.00
Additional Info
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