Course Descriptions

PSY 3000 PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGY (3 credits)
Provides students the opportunity to analyze their own personalities, interpersonal relationships, and values by reviewing major psychological theories. Experiential exercises are integrated throughout the course to apply theory to “real life” situations.

PSY 3010 APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY (3 credits)
An overview of major psychological concepts and techniques that is relevant to the application of organized knowledge about human behavior to improve productivity and personal satisfaction on the job. Classical theories of human behavior are summarized covering such topics as perception, learning, personality, conflict, motivation, team work, empowerment, and wellness. Business psychology is applicable in any work setting, such as a company, government agency, hospital, hotel/restaurant, or educational institution.

PSY 3850 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-3 credits)
Various topics in psychology. These may be one-time or occasional course offerings.
Prerequisite: Dependent on specific course content