Psychology Courses (PSYC)
- 101 General Psychology
- 215 Learning and Memory and Lab
- 260 Lifespan Development
- 300 Professional Seminar
- 303 Child and Adolescent Psychology
- 305 Adulthood and Aging
- 309 Abnormal Psychology
- 312 Research Methods in Psychology
- 315 Theories of Personality
- 316 Experimental Social Psychology and Lab
- 333 Cognitive Psychology and Lab
- 344 Introduction to Behavior Modification
- 355 Forensic and Legal Psychology
- 401 History and Systems of Psychology
- 405 Psychology of Gender
- 411 Psychological Testing
- 421 Psychology of Counseling and Lab
- 422 Group Counseling
- 432 Brain and Behavior and Lab
- 440 Developmental Psychology Seminar
- 450 Psychology Capstone
- 461 Special Topics
- 462 Internship in Psychology
- 463 Research in Psychology
This course is an introductory overview of the field of psychology.
This course investigates principles of human learning and memory, including classical/operant conditioning and explicit/implicit forms of memory.
This course overviews the various physical, cognitive, social, and psychological forces which shape human development from conception through death.
This course is concerned with career development, professional skills in psychology, work in the discipline, graduate school and ethics within psychology.
This course investigates how the developing child’s and adolescent’s physical, cognitive, and socioemotional growth impact their daily lives.
This course includes discussions of the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social aspects of aging.
This course is a study of various psychological disorders including contributing factors, diagnosis, and methods of treatment.
This research course stresses student involvement in all phases of human experimentation.
This course reviews historical and contemporary theories of personality in terms of content, research, and application.
This course investigates the influence of others and our environment, including social cognition and perception, attitudes, and conformity.
Explores human thinking, including attention, decision making, and problem solving.
This course investigates the application of learning principles to desensitization, modeling, contingency management, and self-control.
This course investigates the psychological dimensions that apply to forensic and legal settings.
This course examines historical events, philosophical movements, and social/cultural trends related to psychology.
This course explores gender as a psychological and social factor that influences our experiences and the implications of these individual differences.
This course studies the use, administration, and interpretation of standardized psychological tests, including norms, reliability, validity, and ethics in testing.
This course examines the various theories of counseling and psychotherapy with basic training in listening and counseling skills.
This course examines group dynamics, leadership skills, group stages and processes, therapeutic factors, planning and forming a group, and ethical considerations.
This course examines neuroscience topics such as neuron structure and function, the biological basis of learning, brain damage, and neuroplasticity.
This is an integrative topics course in developmental psychology.
This course is an integrative education experience in which students read and discuss classic works of important psychologists through history.
This course is a discussion of current areas of inquiry in the field of psychology.
This is a practical supervised experience working with professionals in the community doing psychology related work.
This is a supervised experience in conducting original psychological research.