HUMAN DEVELOPMENT OFFERS TWO MINORS:
1. Human Development Minor
2. Aging & Adult Development Minor
The Human Development minor is useful for students planning a career in the human services (such as teaching, social work or occupational therapy) and majoring in other disciplines. The minor allows students to focus on a limited part of the life span (infancy through adolescence or infancy and adulthood), to select the cultural context of interest (the family or cross-cultural emphasis) and to select courses that would provide information specific to their career goals (a consideration of cognitive development or of varieties of developmental disabilities, for example).
The minor is also useful for students planning marriage and parenthood, as it gives them an opportunity to gain information about normal development, family structure and changes throughout the life cycle.
- Review the Minor requirements below.
- Submit the Minor petition on OASIS after you have enrolled in the last class.
Note: Only one course from the list of classes for the minors below can overlap between your major and minor. PSC 140 is not accepted for HDE minor. All minor classes must be taken for the letter grade. If you elect more than one minor, these minors may not have any courses in common.
Human Development Minor Advisor: Siwei Liu
Aging and Adult Development Minor Advisors: Beth Ober & Lisa Miller
Human Development Minor
|HDE 100A||Infancy and Early Childhood||4 units|
|HDE 100B||Middle Childhood and Adolescence||4 units|
|One of the following courses||4 units|
|HDE 100C||Adulthood and Aging|
|HDE 110||Contemporary American Family|
|Two of the following courses||8 units|
|HDE 101||Cognitive Development|
|HDE 102||Social & Personality Development|
|HDE 103||Cross-Cultural Study of Children|
|HDE 130||Developmental Psychopathalogy|
|HDE 132||Individual Differences in Giftedness|
|HDE 161||Technology Use, Health, and Aging|
|HDE 163||Cognitive Neuropsychology in Adulthood/Aging|
|TOTAL = 20 units|
Aging & Adult Development Minor
|THREE of the following courses||12 units|
|HDE 100C||Adult Development and Aging||4 units|
|HDE 117||Biodemography of Longevity||4 units|
|HDE 143||Field Studies of the Elderly||4 units|
|HDE 160||Social Aspects of Aging||4 units|
|HDE 161||Technology Use, Health, and Aging||4 units|
|HDE 163||Cognitive Neuropsychology in Adulthood and Aging||4 units|
|TWO of the following courses||6-8 units|
|HDE 110||Contemporary American Family||4 units|
|EXB 117||Exercise and Aging in Health & Disease||3 units|
|PSC 121||Psychological Psychology||4 units|
|PSC 123||Hormones and Behavior||4 units|
|PSC 126||Health Psychology||4 units|
|PSC 130||Human Learning and Memory||4 units|
TOTAL UNITS FOR THE MINOR: 18-20 units