|Undergrad Catalog StKate.edu|
LIFE OCCUPATIONS (4 cr.)
This course emphasizes the characteristics and development of human occupation across the life span. It explores the influence of occupational choices, habits, routines and lifestyles on the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities. It examines personal, cultural and social influences on occupation. It also introduces basic principles of scientific inquiry to analyze the meanings, beliefs and values associated with occupation and strategies for teaching and learning new occupations. Also offered in Weekend College.