Psychology is the study of human and animal behavior and cognition. Like anthropology and sociology, it is a relatively young social science that grew out of biology and philosophy a little over 135 years ago. Psychologists investigate all behavior—both normal and abnormal—and thinking; practitioners work in many applied and experimental settings.
PSY-131: Introduction to Psychology is the building block for all advanced courses in the discipline. This class imparts the essential psychological information you will need in order to be successful in parenting, health careers, law enforcement and legal studies, teaching, and numerous other endeavors.
The College offers a wide variety of advanced psychology courses to those who complete the introductory class. Faculty are prepared to advise students who are considering psychology as either a major or minor area of concentration.