This course is designed to explore potential career fields. It includes an assessment, thorough testing of strengths and weaknesses, general information about careers and job skills, instruction in value and decision making techniques and career research.
In this course, emphasis is placed on the skills of “how to study.” The course introduces the student to effective techniques for listening in class, note taking, preparation for test taking, and an overall system of successful study.
This course is a survey of behavior with emphasis upon psychological processes. This course includes the biological bases for behavior, thinking, emotion, motivation, and the nature and development of personality.
This course is the study of the psychological, social, and physical factors that affect human behavior from conception to death.
This course is a systematic study of the behavior and psychological development of the child from conception to adolescence. Emphasis will be placed on principles underlying physical, mental, emotional and social development, methods of child study, and practical implications.
This course is a survey of abnormal behavior and its social and biological origins. The anxiety related disorders, psychoses, personality disorders and mental deficiencies will be covered.