Courses at the 200-level

PSYC 215: Social Psychology

The ways in which individuals are affected by, and in turn affect, their social environment is introduced. Topics include intragroup and intergroup relations and cultural influences on behavior.
4 credit hours

PSYC 217: Drugs and Chemical Dependency

Psychoactive drugs and their effects are reviewed. Emphasis is on physiological brain response, history of drug use and drug control, chemical dependency, and drug abuse education. (Formerly Drugs, Society, and Chemical Dependency.)
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • PSYC 110
PSYC 221: Research Methods I: Foundations

Psychological research is introduced. Topics include the nature of empirical research, varieties of research strategies and methods, the process of conducting research, and elementary data analysis. (Formerly Foundations of Psychological Research.)
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • or equivalent
PSYC 230: Human Development

This is a survey of life span development. Included are major theories and contemporary information relating to learning and biopsychosocial development.
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • or equivalent
PSYC 251: Personality

Personality functioning is studied, including biopsychosocial determinants, theories of personality, and techniques of personality assessment in children and adults.
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • or equivalent

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