Adolescent Psychology

Course Overview

Course Code: PSYH-216

Department: Psychology

Credit Hours: 3.00

Illinois Articulation Initiative Number: IAI S6 904

Textbook Information: Bookstore website

This course is intended to explore physical and psychological development and adjustment in adolescents. Primary emphasis is based on physical and social growth patterns, as well as analysis of special emotional problems experienced by adolescents in the maturation process. A short discussion of the importance of childhood experience and development to adolescent problems is included. Prerequisite: PSYH 101 or with approval of instructor or Academic Dean

Course Schedule


Term: Spring 2025

Section Name: PSYH-216-MC01D

Location: Main Campus

Available Seats: 26

Faculty Name: S. Burgher

Min Credits: 3.00


Term: Fall 2024

Section Name: PSYH-216-OL01D

Location: Online

Available Seats: 7

Faculty Name: J. Garrett

Min Credits: 3.00


Term: Spring 2025

Section Name: PSYH-216-VA01E

Location: Vandalia

Available Seats: 30

Faculty Name: K. Rogers

Min Credits: 3.00


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