In Death and Dying, students will see how cultures and religions around the world deal with death.
The need for caregivers specializing in all stages of the lifespan continues to increase. Learn what you can do with a lifespan care degree.
This class teaches students what they need to know about the personnel, management, and legal requirements involved in managing child care facilities.
In Lifespan Health, students learn to identify signs of basic health problems and gain insight into how lifestyles, behaviors and culture affect health.
Parenting: Different Models explores the four archetypal parenting models and how they can predict a child’s social, academic and behavioral performance.
Lifespan Development focuses on human development from birth to death, drawing from disciplines like biology, psychology, sociology, and medicine.
The modern healthcare system requires a highly skilled workforce. PACS is proud to answer the call for training with a variety of healthcare degrees.
We are now offering a course that prepares students to become qualified healthcare providers as Registered Behavior Technicians.
Issues in Adolescence I and II provide explore the physical, behavioral, mental, emotional and social changes that accompany adolescent development.
Biology of Human Aging surveys the effects of age on the human body and prepares students to serve the aging American population.
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