Featured Course: Scriptwriting

  Have fun this summer, and knock out an Arts and Humanities (GEP) credit by enrolling in ENGL 272-Introduction to Creative Writing- Scriptwriting. The course will cover script writing for different mediums like TV, radio, and drama, with an emphasis on film. You must have completed ENGL 100 with a ‘C’ or better. This course is considered a general education requirement for the Arts and Humanities. […]

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Featured Course: Introduction to Scientific Reasoning

Scientific Reasoning

  Register for PHIL 248: Introduction to Scientific Reasoning and discover what guides your judgement and how you reason. How do you decide on a course of action? What logical process do you take to form a conclusion? In PHIL 248, students discuss several fascinating issues, including deductive reasoning, inductive reasoning, and the justification of inductive inferences, examples of inductive reasoning, the nature of science and its […]

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Featured Course: Child Developmental Psychology

Child Developmental Psychology

From crawling to walking, cooing to talking, child development has become a popular area of study that is still revealing new discoveries every day. Imagine being able to enter the mind of a child and see the world through their eyes. In PSYC 200: Child Developmental Psychology students study age-related cognitive, social and emotional behavior, focusing on theories of development during infancy […]

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Featured Course: Abnormal Psychology

Abnormal Psychology

What could be more fascinating than the human mind and its disorders?  PSYC 285: Abnormal Psychology explores mental, emotional and personality dimensions, as well as current diagnostic schemes, causes, and treatment and prevention issues. Dr. Anderson is a clinical psychologist who brings rich clinical experience to the classroom, fostering personal understanding and critical thinking about important mental health problems. How is disorder different […]

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