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Psychology is an academic discipline involving the scientific study of mental processes such as perception, cognition, emotion, personality, behavior and interpersonal relationships. Psychology also refers to the application of such knowledge to various spheres of human activity, including problems of individuals’ daily lives and the treatment of mental health problems.

Psychology is a discipline in the Liberal Arts division.

Current PSY course offerings:

PSY-101 General Psychology
PSY-102 Psychology of Personal/Social Adjustment
PSY-120 The Psychology of Human Performance
PSY-130 Human Sexuality
PSY-210 Introduction to Statistical Methods
PSY-220 Principles of Educational Psychology
PSY-230 Introduction to Personality Psychology
PSY-233 Child Psychology
PSY-234 Adolescent Psychology
PSY-240 Introduction to Research Methods
PSY-241 Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
PSY-261 Introduction to Social Psychology
PSY-271 Psychology & the Family
PSY-275 Undergraduate Research
PSY-276 Aging in Modern American Society
PSY-280 Understanding Men and Women
PSY-285 Psychology of Love Relationships
PSY-299 Special Topics