Counseling and Educational Psychology

Ph.D. Minor in Human Development

The Minor in Human Development is a 12 credit hour minor designed to meet the needs of Ph.D. students in all areas of the IU School of Education and other degrees on campus. The courses below represent the suggested framework for Human Development minors.

Minor Requirements (12 cr.)

At least one must be at the 600 level.

These courses may be chosen from:

  • P513 Gerontology
  • P514 Lifespan Development
  • P515 Child Development
  • P516 Adolescent Development
  • P517 Adult Development
  • P518 Social Aspects of Aging
  • P521 Emerging Adulthood
  • P600 Children’s Thinking
  • P622 Social Development
  • P623 Advanced Child Development
  • P624 Biological Bases of Behavior
  • P625 Family Processes and Child/Adolescent Development
  • P652 Family Transitions
  • P683 Developmental Epidemiology

Relevant courses from other departments or programs may be counted as development courses at the discretion of the minor advisor, though no more than one such course may be counted toward the minor.

The doctoral minor in Human Development does not require a minor qualifying exam.

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