PSYC 1104 – Industrial Psychology

3 credits

This course is designed to give a broad overview of the field of Industrial Psychology.

PSYC 1108 – College Success

2 credits

This is a performance-based course comprised of two components designed to: 1) introduce students to basic computer skills, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, internet and library resources, and 2) increase student success in college by developing self-esteem, personal responsibility, self-motivation, resource management, study skills and academic and career planning.

*PSYC 1110 – Principles of Psychology

3 credits

Survey course which examines the complex individual, the many factors believed to drive the individual, and the resulting behavior. Application of the scientific method as a tool in the discovery of individual functioning.

PSYC 1111 – Life Span & Human Development

3 credits

Application of the scientific method to study physical/neurological, socio/emotional, and cognitive development across the lifespan.

PSYC 1199 – Seminar

1-6 credits

Discussion of particular problems related to chosen program and areas of interest.

PSYC 2207 – Human Growth & Development

3 credits | Prerequisite: PSYC 1110

Application of the scientific method to study physical/neurological, socio/emotional, and cognitive development in childhood and adolescence.

PSYC 2210 – Social Psychology

3 credits | Prerequisite: PSYC 1110

This course explores basic concepts in Social Psychology and includes a review of social perception, social influence, and social relations. Additionally, the way that we perceive ourselves and others; how people influence others; and what causes us to like, love, help, or hurt others will be examined. Students will also learn how social psychology research is applied to address social problems in diverse fields.

PSYC 2225 – Psychology of Addiction & Family Systems

3 credits | Prerequisite: HSSR 1105

This course will cover a broad range of issues related to addiction including various theories of addiction, how addiction is defined, how it develops, how it is treated and how it can be prevented. The coursework will include study of biological, developmental, motivational, familial and cultural aspects of addiction. The course will focus on many types of addiction including alcohol addiction, drug addiction, tobacco addiction, sex addiction, eating disorders, compulsive gambling and other emerging forms of addictive behavior. Class activities will include researching and reading journal articles, class discussion as well as study from the assigned textbooks. This course will also focus on the impact of addiction on the family system and other relationships. Students will be exposed to the alteration of family patterns due to the presence of addiction. This course features a heavy reliance on academic research (scholarly journals) to supplement the material presented in the texts.

Students who have completed HSSR 2225 may not receive credit for this course.

PSYC 2241 – Educational Psychology

3 credits | Prerequisite: PSYC 1110 or EDUC 1000

This course deals with the major theories of human development and learning, motivation, instructional strategies, assessment, and examines similarities and differences in learners.

PSYC 2275 – Abnormal Psychology

3 credits | Prerequisite: PSYC 1110

This course is an overview of the current theories and research concerning the causes, symptoms and treatment of various mental and behavioral disorders. Current mental health resources are examined and evaluated as to their effectiveness.

A * preceding a course number indicates that the course is part of Ohio Transfer 36.