ARCHIVE: Spring 2002
Child Development (CDE)

CDE 232 Human Development. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Lifespan development from conception through adulthood, with emphasis on family influences. Recognition of individuality within the universal pattern of development. Prerequisites: PGS 101; SOC 101.
General Studies: SB

CDE 337 Early Childhood Intervention. (3)
fall
Explores how child development theory affects practice with children and families, emphasizing development of young children and early intervention. Prerequisite: CDE 232 (or its equivalent).

CDE 338 Child Development Practicum. (2 – 4)
fall and spring
Supervised practicum in the Child Development Lab preparing students for work in child care centers and agencies serving young children and families. Lab. Pre- or corequisite: CDE 337.

CDE 430 Infant/Toddler Development in the Family. (3)
fall and spring
Examines the development of infants/toddlers, the socialization processes of families, and the interactions of these processes. Prerequisite: CDE 232 (or its equivalent).
General Studies: SB

CDE 437 Observational and Naturalistic Methods of Studying Children. (3)
not regularly offered
In-depth examination of implementing observational and naturalistic studies of children in a variety of settings. 2 hours lecture, 3 hours lab. Prerequisites: CDE 430; 6 hours in psychology.
General Studies: L/SB

CDE 444 Children and Poverty. (3)
fall
Impact that poverty has on children and their families. 2 hours lecture, 3 hours lab. Prerequisites: CDE 232 (or its equivalent); 6 hours in upper-division social sciences.

CDE 498 Pro-Seminar. (1 – 7)
not regularly offered

CDE 499 Individualized Instruction. (3)
not regularly offered

CDE 531 Theoretical Issues in Child Development. (3)
spring
Major developmental theories, related research, and their application to family interaction. Prerequisites: both CDE 430 and 437 (or their equivalents) or only instructor approval.

CDE 533 Research Issues in Child Development. (3)
spring
In-depth exploration and critique of research focusing on child development in a family setting. Prerequisites: CDE 531; FAS 500.

CDE 534 Applied Child Development. (3)
spring
Integrates research and theory on child development, risk, and resilience to understand developmental problems and provide a foundation for intervention strategies. Prerequisites: CDE 531; FAS 500.

CDE 634 Advanced Applied Child Development. (3)
spring
Advanced training in research and theory-based approaches to developing and evaluating prevention programs for children at risk. Prerequisite: CDE 534 or instructor approval.

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