Anthropology of Health and Healing (ANTH205)Credits:3
Anthropology of Health and Healing (ANTH205G)Credits:3
Introduction to Psychology (BEH231)Credits:4.5
Introduction to Psychology (BEH231G)Credits:3
Human Development (BEH232)Credits:4.5
This course provides an overview of the biological, social and psychological processes that contribute to human growth and development across the life span. The course is designed to create an understanding of both normal and abnormal development by examining developmental forces through life's continuum from conception to death.
Human Development (BEH232G)Credits:3
Introduction to Sociology (BEH233)Credits:4.5
This course introduces the scientific study of human behavior. It includes an overview of current theories in the areas of learning, motivation, psychopathology, psychotherapy, social psychology and personality. The course provides a basic awareness of the biological, intrapersonal, interpersonal and cultural forces that motivate behavior thereby fostering an understanding of self and others.