SS 103 - Applying Psychology 3 credits
This is a practical course designed to familiarize students with basic psychological principles and how to apply them to their everyday lives as college students. This will be explored within the context of psychological research and theory. Specific topics that will be covered include: stress management, learning and memory strategies, interpersonal relationships, effective goal planning, and happiness. Special emphasis will be placed on how multiple factors contribute to academic success. This course is designed as a foundation or “bridge course to be taken prior to enrollment in the range of behavioral science courses and cannot be used to satisfy behavioral sciences core requirements.