Psychology

Classes

PSY 200 : General Psychology

This course is a survey of behavior with an emphasis on psychological processes. This course includes the biological bases for behavior, thinking, emotion, motivation, and the nature and development of personality.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

A grade of C or better in ENG 093 or ENR 094 or an appropriate placement score.

PSY 210 : Human Growth and Development

This course is a study of the psychological, social and physical factors that affect human behavior from conception to death.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

PSY 200

PSY 211 : Child Growth and Development

This course is a systematic study of the behavior and psychological development of the child from conception to adolescence. Emphasis will be placed on principles underlying physical, mental, emotional and social development, methods of child study, and practical implications.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

PSY 200

PSY 220 : Human Sexuality

This course is a comprehensive and integrated approach to human sexuality emphasizing biological, psychological, social and emotional aspects.

Credits

3

PSY 230 : Abnormal Psychology

This course is a survey of abnormal behavior and its social and biological origins. The anxiety related disorders, psychoses, personality disorders and mental deficiencies will be covered.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

PSY 200

PSY 250 : Social Psychology

This course is a study of social factors as they influence individual behavior.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

PSY 200

PSY 260 : Statistics for the Social Sciences

This course is an introduction to the basic statistical concepts, measures, and techniques used in social science research and report writing. It includes both descriptive and inferential statistics.

Credits

3

PSY 276 : Human Relations

This course focuses on readings, inter- and intra- personal experiences, individual testing, employer visits and open discussions. Its goal is to assist the student in making a successful transition from classroom to the world of work.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

Permission of instructor