This is an introductory psychology course and its goal is to introduce the student to basic psychology.  Specifically, it is a survey of the science of psychology including history and systems, physiology, development, sensation and perception, learning theory, abnormal psychology, personality, memory and cognition.  Students will be presented with materials which will give them a broad base of understanding of psychology. 

A survey of the issues and concepts dealing with age-related behavior and
developmental changes during each different period of our life span from
conception through old age and death. Current research in human development includes the physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development of each period of the life span. Prerequisite: Satisfactory placement. Three lecture.