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Psychology 3300


Lifespan Development 3-0

CRN 80038

A survey of the psychology of human development from the pre-natal period through adulthood. Emphasis is placed on cognitive, motivational, and physiological processes of development across the lifespan. Prerequisite: a grade of C or higher in PSY 1300.

Note: This course duplicates credit earned for PSY 2315. If you have already earned credit for PSY 2315, you cannot earn additional credit by taking PSY 3300.

  • 7 assignments (online submission)
  • 2 exams (proctored)
  • Students in this course may submit no more than two assignments each week.
  • Textbook:
    • Sigelman and Rider, Life-Span Human Development, 7th ed., 2012. ISBN: 978-1-111-34273-9
  • Instructor: Shirley Ogletree, PhD
  • Tuition: $838.74 (This cost includes the online course fee.)

Acquiring Course Materials

All required and optional course materials for both the print-based and online versions of this course are available through the Texas State University Bookstore. Select the current semester, and then select "ODEL" as the Department name.

This course is now available online!

To access the course website, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning. A $10-per-credit-hour online fee applies.

Before enrolling in this online correspondence self-paced course, take the Online Learning Readiness Self-Assessment, which will help you determine if online correspondence self-paced courses are a good fit for you.

Take a look inside this course

You may view the syllabus and a sample of the PSY 3300 online course before enrolling.