ECCL-150

Developmental Perspectives I

CREDITS: 3
LENGTH: 10 weeks
CAMPUS: Burns Lake - Fort St. James - Mackenzie - Prince George - Quesnel - Vanderhoof
PRE-REQUISITES: None
CO-REQUISITES: None
 
DESCRIPTION:
This course includes the study of contemporary theories in growth and development of the child from conception to 24 months. Genetics and environmental factors affecting typical and atypical development at the prenatal, neonatal, infant, and toddler stages of development are examined. Growth and development in the key developmental domains including social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and language are discussed as part of ongoing life span development.

Course Schedule

ID SEMESTER CAMPUS DELIVERY LOCATION INSTRUCTOR STARTS ENDS MEETS
WU001 Fall 2020 Prince George Online ONLINE C. Jackson September 8 December 18 TBA
WU401 Fall 2020 Vanderhoof Online OFFCAM C. Fulton September 8 December 18 TBA
WU801 Fall 2020 Fort St. James Online OFFCAM C. Fulton September 8 December 18 TBA
WU201 Fall 2020 Quesnel Online ONLINE C. Fulton September 8 December 18 TBA
WU301 Fall 2020 Mackenzie Online ONLINE C. Fulton September 8 December 18 TBA
WU501 Fall 2020 Burns Lake Online ONLINE C. Fulton September 8 December 18 TBA

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