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General Psychology PSY2133 Dual Enrollment

Course ID: 3427

URGENT NOTE:
This should only be done AFTER you have enrolled in the class and have a held and approved seat. Thank you!

Dual Enrollment Course (3.0 credits)
This course surveys the major sub-disciplines of psychology as a science and as a helping profession, including physiology of behavior, learning, motivation, and abnormal and social psychology. Provides a reasonable understanding of the field; enables the student to follow up in areas of interests. Includes Christian, Biblical-worldview perspective of psychology.
Text: Exploring Psychology by David G. Myers ISBN# 978-1-4641-6336-4
*Please do not purchase text until after the first class meeting.

In order to receive any Dual Enrollment credits from PBAU you must go to Dual Enrollment PBAU Registration and follow the directions precisely.


Resources and Materials:

  1. Exploring Psychology in Modules (Optional)


    — Author: David G. Myers


    — ISBN-10: 1-4641-6336-7


    — ISBN-13: 978-1-4641-6336-4


    — This book is supplemental to the course but not required.

Categories: Dual Enrollment; Humanities
Target Levels: Grade 10; Grade 11; Grade 12
High School Credits: 0.5
College Credits: 3

Jason Beaupied

Tuition and Class Schedule by Academic Term:

Fall Only Term 2024

  • Tuition and Fees

    • Tuition Fee: $595.00

    • PBAU Fee For DE: $60.00

    • Paid Security Guard Fee for Safety of Students: $25.00

  • Section 1: Jason Beaupied (beautifulfoot@mac.com) (Open)

    • Thu 8:00 am - 9:20 am


Spring Only 2025

  • Tuition and Fees

    • Tuition: $595.00

    • PBAU Fee for DE: $60.00

    • Paid Security Guard Fee for Safety of Children: $25.00

  • Section 1: Jason Beaupied (beautifulfoot@mac.com) (Open)

    • Thu 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Topics and Objectives
1. Thinking Critically with Psychological Science
— Understand the history of psychology and how research in psychology works
2. The Biology of Behavior
— Explore neural and hormonal systems, the brain, and genetics
3. Consciousness and the Two-Track Mind
— Examine dual processing, sleep, dreams, hypnosis, and drugs
4. Developing Through the Life Span
— Discuss developmental issues in infancy, childhood, and adulthood
5. Gender and Sexuality: Sensation and Perception
— Discuss gender and sexuality as well as sensation, perception and the senses
6. Learning
— Consider classical and operant conditioning, and the biology and cognition of learning
7. Memory
— Explore how memories are made, stored, retrieved, sorted , and forgotten; memory improvement
8. Thinking, Language, and Intelligence
— Discover concepts in thinking and language, as well as intelligence and the way it is measured, and genetic and biological influences on intelligence
9. Motivation and Emotion
— Understand motivational influencer and hunger; explore human emotion: what it is and how it is expressed
10. Stress, Health, and Human Flourishing
— Consider stress, health, and happiness
11. Personality
— Grasp historical and contemporary perspectives on human personality
12. Social Psychology
— Survey social thinking, influence, and antisocial and prosocial relations
13. Psychological Disorders
— Examine psychological disorders of various kinds
14. Therapy
— Consider various mental health and family therapies
15. Recap and Review
— Review and reinforce concepts from semester

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