Nov 27, 2020  
2012-2013 General Catalog 

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PSY 2010 - Models, Methods & Professional Issues in Psychology

3 credits

This course applies psychology to life. It also lays the foundation for further studies in psychology. Self-discovery; paradigm exploration; life, career, and education planning; professional organizations; research opportunities; graduate school; APA writing format; goal setting; decision making; life and stress management; learning and memory skills; diversity; and psychology department resources are among the topics addressed. Because the course is team taught students have the opportunity to meet and assess all members of the psychology department faculty. Students wishing to major or minor in psychology should take this course their freshman or sophomore year. (Fall, Spring)

Prerequisite: PSY 1010  and LM 1010  (or co-requisite)
General Education Course: No

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