From an archived graduate-level course taught in 2002, this MIT OpenCourseWare site includes PDF-format lecture slides, a reading list and syllabus.
Handbooks and reading lists in Development Economics
Originally taught in 2004, this archived course looked at "the different facets of human development: education, health, gender, the family, land relations, risk, informal and formal norms and institutions." Reading list, note-form lecture notes, exams and STATA exercises are available.
An online course including 245 YouTube videos (totalling about 25.5 hours), online self-test questions and forums in which to ask questions. It is structured into 23 topics.
The site for this 14-week online course, dating from January 2014, includes a detailed reading list, covering topics including development and its measurement, universal health coverage, biodiversity, sustainable cities, and climate change.
Course handbook and PDF lecture slides from a Spring 2014 course