Tompkins Cortland Community College

PSYC Discipline Courses

 

Course SubTypes Description
Psychology Elective
PSYC ELEC
Lecture This course is used for the evaluation of transfer credit.
Psychology of Personal Growth
PSYC101
Dist Learning-Web, Ind Study, Lecture An applied psychology course providing opportunities for students to learn about and examine their own personal growth. PSYC 101 ...
Introduction to Psychology
PSYC103
Dist Learning-Web, Ind Study, Learning Community, Lecture This course provides students with a basic understanding of psychology. Theories and research relating to emotions and stress, abn...
Introduction to Psychology-Honors
PSYC103H
Ind Study, Lecture This course provides students with a basic understanding of psychology. Theories and research relating to emotions and stress, abn...
Environmental Psychology
PSYC108
Lecture Cross-listed as ENVS 108. A review of various topics and concerns regarding our environment, human behavior, the power of pla...
Special Topics in Psychology
PSYC149
Lecture A special topic(s) course, identified by discipline and a 149 or 249 course number, addresses experimental or short-lived subject ...
Theories of Personality
PSYC200
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture, Prerequisite A study of major theories and theoretical approaches to describing the development, adaptability and stability of personality acro...
Theories of Personality-Honors
PSYC200H
Lecture A study of major theories and theoretical approaches to describing the development, adaptability and stability of personality acro...
Social Psychology
PSYC201
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture, Prerequisite A survey course examining the nature and causes of individual behavior and thought in social situations. Emphasis is on applicatio...
Childhood Psychology
PSYC205
Dist Learning-Web, Ind Study, Lecture The biological, cognitive, and social-emotional development of the child from birth to puberty will be examined from a social scie...
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