Course Information

 

for Psychology Department


The Family (PSY1801)

Credits:3

A cross-cultural approach to analyzing and understanding the individual, marriage, family, and society. Explores conflict and resolution of family issues and the changing family systems in society.

Topics in Psychology (PSY1882)

Credits:3

Human Development (PSY2852)

Credits:3

Provides basic knowledge regarding human development from conception to death. Presents the lifespan in ten developmental stages. Surveys physiological, cognitive, and psycho-social development.

Topics in Psychology (PSY2882)

Credits:3

Psychology of Learning Disabilities (PSY2890)

Credits:3

An overview of learning disorders. An emphasis is placed on the basic issues of the learning disorders. For each disorder, the history, theoretical framework, and definition of the disorders are presented. Attention is also given to the diagnosis, characteristics, and educational implications and/or treatment of each disorder.

Introduction to Research Design (PSY2900)

Credits:3

Statistics & Introduction to Research Design (PSY2900)

Credits:3

Research Design (PSY2925)

Credits:3

Statistics & Research Design (PSY2925)

Credits:3

Personal Development (PSY2950)

Credits:3

Develops self-awareness and a personal philosophy, examines personal and social values and increases social and emotional intelligence.

Human Sexuality (PSY3260)

Credits:3

Educational Psychology (PSY3873)

Credits:3

An overview of the foundations of educational psychology and theories of learning. Motivation and learning environments will also be presented, as well as developmental issues that affect learning. The teaching and assessment process will also be reviewed.

Topics: Theories of Personality (PSY3882)

Credits:3

Topics: Group Skills & Leadership (PSY3882)

Credits:3

Topics: The Psychology of Motivation and Emotion (PSY3882)

Credits:3

Topics: Human Sexuality (PSY3882)

Credits:3

Topics: Social Psychology (PSY3882)

Credits:3

Topics in Psychology: Applied Behavior Analysis (PSY3882)

Credits:3

Topics: Psychology of Stress & Coping (PSY3882)

Credits:3

Topics: Approaches to Psychotherapy (PSY3882)

Credits:3

Psychology of Dreams and the Unconscious Mind (PSY4862)

Credits:3

An intensive study of the phenomenon of dreams from psychoological perspectives. Cultural interpretations and contemporary applications in psychology are examined.

Topics in Psychology: Advanced Cognitive Neuroscience (PSY4872)

Credits:3

Topics in Psychology (PSY4882)

Credits:3