MPSY 5200 Lifespan Development (Graduate)

The focus of this course will be to survey the cognitive, psychological, moral, social, emotional, physical and spiritual development of humans throughout the lifespan from birth to death. A developmental framework for understanding issues that impact normal development will be studied.

Note: This course follows an online asynchronous format.  The instructor will hold a weekly Tech Live session, which is an opportunity to engage with the instructor, classmates, and course content synchronously via a live sessionPlease plan to attend these sessions.  Since each Tech Live session includes a 10 point follow-up reflection as an assignment, a recording will be made available following the session for students to view as an aid for successful completion of the assignment if students are unable to attend.  

Prerequisite: None

Related Offerings:
MPSY 5050 Writing in Psychology (Winter/Spring I 2023)
MPSY 5100 Multicultural Psychology (Winter/Spring II 2022)
MPSY 5200 Lifespan Development (Winter/Spring III 2022 & Winter/Spring III 2023)
MPSY 5400 Advanced Counseling Theory (Summer I 2023)
MPSY 5600 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences – master’s track only (Winter/Spring I 2023)
MPSY 6000 Psychopathology (Fall II 2022)
MPSY 6200 Advanced Social Psychology (Summer I 2022)
MPSY 6600 Research Methods in Psychology – prerequisite: MPSY 5600 (Winter/Spring II 2023)
MPSY 6800 Advanced Biopsychology (Summer II 2022)

Indiana Tech

Semester: Winter/Spring III 2023

Instructor: TBA

Credit Hours: 3

Date: 4/24/23 – 6/4/23

Location: Online Asynchronous

Teacher Level: Grade 9-12

Graduate Certificate Available: No

Master’s Completion Option: Yes

MPSY 5200 Syllabus

Master of Science in Psychology