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SOCIAL SCIENCE: Psychology Courses

PSY 110  INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (3)

Basic theories of psychology.  Styles of coping and development

PSY 304  EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (3)

Combines current theory, research, and practice teaching applications with a thoughts toward self-regulated learning and constructivist views of learning.  Applying the principles of educational psychology to help people learn.

PSY 305  ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY  (3)

Disorders that may be diagnosed early and the following types of disorders:  Cognitive, substance-related, psychotic, mood, anxiety, somatoform,  and factitious.

PSY 404  SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (3)

A survey of phenomena that affect individual social behavior.  Topics include attitudes, affiliation, aggression, altruism, person perception, social interaction, social influence and group dynamics.

PSY 510  PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (3)

Psychic disorders, which affect the individual's ability to experience healthy relationships, are studied. Personality, psycho-physiological adjustment, and sexual disorders are among the categories discussion. Etiology, diagnosis, and prognosis are presented using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual.

PSY 519  BIBLICAL COMPARE. PERSONALITY THEORY  (3)

This course provides an overview of four (4) major classic and current theories of personality and their related theories of psychotherapy from a  Biblical perspective. The theories to be reviewed and contrasted are: The Psychoanalytic Perspective, The Learning Perspective, The Humanistic Perspective, and the Cognitive-Social Learning Perspective and their related therapeutic treatment approaches.

PSY 520  GROUP DYNAMICS & COMMUNICATION (3)

A biblical perspective of groups; an overview of aspects of communication and group development; groups for various ages; groups from different theoretical perspectives; theme vs. self-help groups; evaluating groups and ethical guidelines for group counselors.

PSY 521  UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN & ADOLESCENT.  (3)

Physical, cognitive, emotional, language, and social development of young children and adolescents

PSY 716  DISSERTATION PROJECT  (12)

The student will develop and compile an original work for presentation to the university, demonstrating the ability to add to the body of knowledge in his field

 

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