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Course Overview

A study of the developmental process from adulthood until death. Includes the establishment of identity, vocational choices, marriage and the family, crisis of middle adulthood, problems of the aged, death, and bereavement.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Minor, Undergraduate
Prerequisite: ''C'' or better in PSY 210

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Admissions Requirements

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