PSC 2300 Introduction to Psychology

This course serves as an overview of the fundamental concepts of psychology. The perspective will be a biblical worldview in the areas of human development, intelligence, consciousness, and personality. Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:
  1. Understand the basic history of psychology
  2. Know the basics of the research process and how psychology is studied
  3. Evaluate conflicting ideas in psychology and accepted “truths” in our society, as well as personal beliefs.
  4. Describe and apply primary psychological theories to your own life and the world in general
This course or an equivalent Introduction to Psychology course is a prerequisite for the BA in Psychology program.

Credits

3