Minor in Psychology (Professional)
|PRPS 110||General Psychology 1||3|
|PRPS 290||Human Growth and Development 1||3|
|Select 12 units from the following:||12|
|Data Analysis in Psychology|
|Introduction to Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor Credentialing|
|Introduction to Brain and Behavior|
|History of Psychology|
|Psychology of Child and Adolescent Development|
|Psychology of Adult Development|
|Research Methods in Psychology|
|Psychology of Conflict Management and Mediation|
|Psychology of Personality|
|Multicultural Psychology 2|
|Psychology of Learning|
|Psychology of Exceptional Children|
|Intervention Strategies with Children|
|Psychosocial Interventions in Pediatric Health Care|
|Psychology of Religion|
|Psychology of the Family|
|Bilingualism, Biculturalism, and Cognition|
|Field Experience 3|
|Drugs, Behavior, and Society|
|Neurological and Behavioral Disorders|
|Research Experience I 3|
|Psychological Testing and Measurement|
|Stress and Coping|
|Professional Studies in Child Life|
|Special Topics in Psychology|
|Writing 3: Senior Seminar in Psychology and Christian Integration 4|
|Writing 2: Psychology Subdisciplines and Career Trajectories 5|
Meets the General Education Social Sciences requirement.
Meets the General Education Intercultural Competence requirement.
Meets the General Education Integrative and Applied Learning requirement.
Meets the General Education Writing 3 requirement.
Meets the General Education Writing 2 requirement.
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- PLO 1- DISCIPLINARY KNOWLEDGE- Students demonstrate a working knowledge of psychology's content domains, key theories, concepts, principles, themes, and applications of psychology in society
- PLO 2- CRTICIAL THINKING, SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY AND EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION- Students demonstrate effective expression of critical thought and scientific inquiry in their engagement with (a) psychology literature, (b) conduct of psychological research, and (c) written, (d) oral, and interpersonal communication
- PLO 3- VALUES AND ETHICS- Students (a) demonstrate knowledge of the APA ethical (a.1) and multicultural ethical (a.2) standards for the practice of psychology and are able to utilize those standards in decision making and actions in scientific inquiry (a.3), sociocultural (a.4), and interpersonal contexts (a.5). Students (b) articulate and behaviorally express values that build and enhance interpersonal relationships and community engagement at local, multicultural, and cross cultural levels.
- PLO 4- APPLICATION TO VOCATION- Students demonstrate the ability to utilize and apply psychological knowledge and professional skills to: (a) develop vocational post-baccalaureate goals, (b) work collaboratively with diverse others, (c) serve others needs, (d) self-regulate and manage projects successfully, and (e) solve increasingly complex problems.
- PLO 5- FAITH INTEGRATION- Students demonstrate skill in the integration of Christian faith and theology with the science of psychology as it relates to the nature and content of: humanity (F1), knowledge (F2), values and ethics (F3), and vocational and spiritual formation (F4).