|PSYC 1103||General Pyschology|
|PSYC 2503||Lifespan Development I|
|PSYC 3203||Theories of Personality|
|PSYC 3403||Adult Psychology|
|PSYC 3803||Abnormal Psychology|
|PSYC 4003||Psychology and Christianity|
PSYC 1103 General Psychology
Investigates basic concepts and theories related to the field of psychology, including its history and major systems, statistics, social foundations, human development, ethical issues in experimentation, current issues in the field and application to contemporary life. This course is a prerequisite for all psychology courses. Fall and Spring.
PSYC 2503 Lifespan Development I
Students learn the major development research and theories from conception through the end of adolesence. From a life cycle perspective the course examines the stages and tasks of development in light of physical, social, affective, and cognitive functions. Fall and Spring.
PSYC 3203 Theories of Personality
Development, structure, and dynamics of personality with emphasis on the major theories of personality and coordinating concepts.
Prerequisite: PSYC 1103 and 2503. Fall.
PSYC 3403 Adult Psychology
PSYC 3803 Abnormal Psychology
A general overview of etiology and characteristics of abnormal behaviors and the effects of therapeutic interventions on these disorders. Prerequisite: PSYC 1103 and 2503. Fall and Spring.
PSYC 4003 Psychology and Christianity
This course is designed to deal with the theoretical and practical interface between the discipline of psychology and the Christian faith. Differing perspectives on intergration will be explored with an emphasis towards constructing a workable and applicable understanding of how to deal with points of tension and conflict between these two worldviews.
Prerequisite: PSYC 1103, PSYC 3303, PSYC 3103, or 3203 and Junior Standing. Fall.