PSYC 3113 CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 3 hours
This course is an investigation of the relationship between the child's development and environmental influences with observations of child behavior. Prerequisite: PSYC 1123.
PSYC 3123 ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY3 hours
This course is a study of the physical growth, glandular changes, and emotions of adolescents including interests, religious experience, and social adjustment. Prerequisite: PSYC 1123.
PSYC 3323 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 hours
This course is a study of the application of psychological principles to learning and behavior. Results of research as applied to classroom learning and motivation are studied together with factors which help or hinder effective learning. Prerequisite: PSYC 1123.
PSYC 3353 MARRIAGE AND FAMILY 3 hours
This course presents factors in self-understanding and interpersonal relations. Mate selection, changing roles of men and women, and problems of marital adjustments are investigated from a Christian perspective. Socialization of children and problems of parenthood are also considered. Prerequisite: PSYC 1123 and Junior/Senior standing.
PSYC 4103 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 hours
This course will provide students a general introduction to the study of abnormalities and the factors which make up such abnormalities. It includes a presentation of the biological, psychological, and sociological factors which are correlated with maladaptive behavior. Prerequisite: PSYC 1123 and Junior/Senior standing.
PSYC 4523 INTRODUCTION TO CHRISTIAN COUNSELING 3 hours
This is an introductory course to develop basic counseling skills for those who plan to serve as pastors, missionaries, or other Christian workers. It includes a study of the various approaches, methods, and resources which may be used in counseling in a Christian context. Prerequisite: PSYC 1123 or permission of the instructor.