FCS 225-79 Adolescent Development
New On-Line course beginning in the Fall 2017 term
Course Description: Adolescence covers the span of life between the ages of 11 and 19. Throughout the course, students will gain knowledge and skill in the identification of characteristics, developmental and theoretical principles associated with early, middle and late adolescence. Practical application experiences will provide opportunities for the exploration of content knowledge and understanding associated with the developmental process.
Student Course Evaluations – Spring 2017
For selected 16-week Face-to-Face courses
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Students and Technology Research Study
This study explores technology ownership, use patterns, and expectations as they relate to the student experience.
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Fulfill your degree requirements in a whole new way. Study abroad!
Investigate London, England and Dublin, Ireland for two weeks in May 2018. All majors welcome – on campus and online students.
Why Study Abroad?
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