Psychology

 
 
Credits
0.50
 
0.25
 
0.25
Total:
0.50
Number:
SOC311
Credits:
0.50
Prerequisites:
None
Next Start Date:
Next Business Day
Description:
In this course, students will learn about the role that human attitudes, values and behaviors have on promoting health and safety, learning skills, work productivity, child and adolescent development, and human effectiveness. Lessons will include the psychological roots of crime and violence, poverty and prejudice, environmental and consumer issues. Students will gain an understanding of the complexities of human thought and behavior, the factors related to the differences between people and the scientific methods that are at the core of the discipline. In lessons and exercises, students will directly apply knowledge gained to their daily lives.

Graduation Requirements:
This course can be used toward the Electives requirement for diploma-seeking students.

Course Materials:
None