Skip to content


Course Overview

This course provides the student with basic information about the physical, social, and psychological effects of aging, the developmental issues that arise during older adulthood, and the approaches to coping with these changes and adjustment to the death of loved ones and the individual’s own confrontation with mortality.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate

Other Courses

Provides familiarization with legal and ethical issues and the role and function of the psychologist in the school setting. Class ...
Credits: 3
This seminar discusses topics and issues related to practices that permeates all aspects of service delivery; direct and indirect services ...
Credits: 1
This seminar introduces students to ongoing faculty, staff, and student research projects. The seminar also includes direct experience as a ...
Credits: 1

Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate