CAS 301 & 310 - Inquiry and Methodology in Development and Assessing and Observing Development

Approval Status


Date Reviewed

November 2017

CAS 301 - Inquiry and Methodology in Development

Framework and methods necessary for interdisciplinary study of child development. Conducting library research, reading and writing scientific reports, using descriptive and inferential statistics, developing computer literacy, and exploring developmental methodology and theory. (2 hours lecture, 2.5 hours laboratory).

CAS 310 - Assessing and Observing Development

Purposes and methods associated with assessing and observing child and adolescent development. Topics include selection of appropriate methods, survey of standardized measures, ethics, and interpretation and implications of data. Prerequisites: CAS 101, CAS 201, CAS 300, CAS 301


Course Type

Upper Division