Undergraduate Psychology

(F, S) Emphasis on the study of human behavior and the ability of the individual to make adjustments to his/her environment.

(F) This course examines human behavior from a cross-cultural perspective. This course will evaluate psychological theories that make assumptions from a limited cultural perspective through exploring recent research and topics that challenge these commonly accepted psychological theories. The goal of this course is to provide a broader knowledge and understanding of the field of psychology outside of the U.S. culture. Prerequisite: PSYH 200 or permission from instructor.