I390 – Infant/Toddler Growth and Development: Typical and Atypical

3 Credit Hours

The Infant/Toddler Growth and Development course is
designed to introduce students to in-depth knowledge of
infant development, including developmental patterns of
infants at risk. The knowledge includes an understanding
of the basic developmental processes in the domains of cognitive,
social/emotional, communication, and sensory and
motor development. Throughout the course, consideration
will be given to the interaction of social, cultural, and interpersonal
environments with infant development. Special
focus will be placed on the influences of developmental challenges
in the child’s emerging capacities for engagement in
relationships and in learning.

Programs that require this course: