Introduction to Psychology (CRN 53139 2301)

PSYC 2301 is a survey course of the basic principles underlying human behavior. Emphasis is placed on major areas of study in the field of psychology, such as learning, memory, personality, health and stress, child and adult development, and psychological disorders. This course transfers as three (3) hours of credit to most other colleges and universities.

PSYC 2301 requires college-level reading and writing skills.  Research indicates that you are most likely to succeed if you have already taken and passed ENGL 1301.  The minimum requirements for enrollment in PSYC 2301 and PSYC 2314 include placement in college-level reading (or take GUST 0342 as a co-requisite) and placement in college-level writing (or take ENGL 0310/0349 as a co-requisite).  If you have enrolled in this course without having satisfied these prerequisites, you are at higher risk of failure or withdrawal than students who have done so, and you should carefully read and consider the repeater policy notice that follows.

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