Senior Seminar

CDV 490 - Senior Seminar

The Senior Seminar course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to integrate their knowledge of child development from different courses through writing. Writing is a critical skill in any profession that sharpens one's thinking as well as communication. Students will develop their skill in writing in the profession as they put different pieces of information about child development research and theory together. Students will also learn to write for different audiences such as teachers, parents, policy makers, etc. Finally, students will hone their professional presentation skills. 

Who should take this course? This course is designed to be relevant for all child development majors. It would be especially useful to those who are planning to acquire a graduate degree and/or want to improve their written communication skills. 

Prerequisites: 2.75 GPA; meet capstone eligibility requirements