Course Description

PSYC.1150 - Developmental Psychology (3)
Developmental Psychology describes the ongoing processes in the biosocial, cognitive, and psychosocial domains of human development throughout the lifespan. Analysis of major developmental events from psychoanalytic, learning, cognitive, and humanistic perspectives will be included. Students in this psychology course will consider how psychological research contributes to the understanding of development and the application of research findings. Developmental Psychology should not be taken for credit if one has taken Child and Adolescent Psychology 1140. Prerequisite: STSK 0095 or evidence of college level reading ability through assessment test or prior college coursework.

Course Outline - Developmental Psychology [pdf]

Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal Area(s): 05, 07

Course Availability

CRS ID SEC ENR WL MAX TIMES DAYS DATES LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
000233 82 50 0 60 ~   1/12/15~5/12/15 ONLINE-ONLINE Mara Van Orman
  Notes: Completely Online Course
000238 81 10 0 60 3pm~5:50pm W 1/12/15~5/12/15 PIPBIL-205B Vonglakhone Rathsachack
000229 81 10 0 60 3pm~5:50pm W 1/12/15~5/12/15 MD-506 Vonglakhone Rathsachack
000235 81 10 0 60 3pm~5:50pm W 1/12/15~5/12/15 MAIN53-126A Vonglakhone Rathsachack
000236 81 10 0 60 3pm~5:50pm W 1/12/15~5/12/15 MN100B-118 Vonglakhone Rathsachack
000237 81 10 0 60 3pm~5:50pm W 1/12/15~5/12/15 MAIN56-Y-121A Vonglakhone Rathsachack
000240 81 10 0 60 3pm~5:50pm W 1/12/15~5/12/15 LVRNE-209 Vonglakhone Rathsachack