Intro to Psychology EVP (PSYC200e)
0.5 (semester course)
New for 22-23!
This course offers students a unique opportunity to compare Christian and humanistic perspectives of the field of psychology, and to consider major topics through the lens of a Biblical Worldview. Major topics include past and current theories of human behavior, contributions of knowledge by major psychologists, research ethics, child and adolescent development, the process of aging, brain anatomy and the human nervous system, sensation and perception, learning and memory, social behavior, and sleeping patterns and disorders.
*As part of the EVP program, this course will have a live class requirement once a week at a set time; please see the website for time choices. This live class will include teaching, discussion with classmates from around the world, demonstrations, questions and answers, and other aspects of a live classroom. Students will have weekly due dates and stay on a traditional coursework schedule.
This is a one semester course offered in spring semester only.
Spring Semester: January 23 – June 4
Spring Break: April 3 – April 7
Times: Tuesdays 8:00 AM US Central Time
Have you ever wondered why people do the things they do – why they think the way they think? This introductory course offers a unique opportunity to compare Christian and humanistic perspectives of the field of psychology through a Biblical worldview. Taking this class as an EVP course will allow our class to practically talk through each fascinating unit in a more deliberate and fun way! I think you will enjoy learning and growing together in how we can understand people more! Join us!
If there are books and materials for this course, they can be purchased from our Online Bookstore.