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PSYC 2301 General Psychology. CIP 4201015125 (Online, face-to-face, summer, and minimester offerings)
An introductory course dealing with the elementary principles of human behavior. Designed especially for those students majoring in the social or biological sciences, in pre-medicine, or in education. (3 SCH, 3 lecture, 0 lab)
Prerequisite: None.
Required skill level code: Reading, A; Writing, A.
 
PSYC 2303 Human Relations in Business. CIP 4201015225 (Not currently offered)
A practical application of psychological principles and methods to interpersonal relationships in the business and industrial environment. (3 SCH, 3 lecture, 0 lab)
Prerequisite: None.
Required skill level code: Reading, A; Writing, A.
 
PSYC 2307 Psychology of Adolescence. CIP 4207015125 (Online offering)
The psychological problems of the normal teenage individual, including the consideration of the ways and means of aiding youth to meet these problems constructively. (3 SCH, 3 lecture, 0 lab)
Prerequisite: None.
Required skill level code: Reading, A; Writing, A.
 
PSYC 2308 Child Psychology. CIP 4207015125 (Online offering)
A study of basic principles of psychology including the relationship of the physical, emotional, and mental factors in the growth of the human personality, and the importance of the first ten years on patterning adult behavior. (3 SCH, 3 lecture, 0 lab)
Prerequisite: None.
Required skill level code: Reading, A; Writing, A.
 
PSYC 2314 Life Span Growth and Development. CIP 4207015125 (Online, face-to-face, summer, and minimester offerings)
The study of the relationship of the physical, social and mental factors of growth and development throughout the life span. (3 SCH, 3 lecture, 0 lab)
Prerequisite: None.
Required skill level code: Reading, A; Writing, A.
 
PSYC 2316 Psychology of Personality. CIP 4201015725 (Online offering, generally in Spring semester)
A study of various factors and conditions related to successful human adjustments, including parent-child relations, personality defense mechanisms, psychoanalytic concepts, anxiety states, and methods of personality adjustment. (3 SCH, 3 lecture, 0 lab)
Prerequisite: None.
Required skill level code: Reading, A; Writing, A.​
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