An exploration of topical psychological issues for nonmajors. Topics vary in sub-areas of psychology such as biological, social, cognitive, developmental, and clinical psychology. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Fall, Spring.
This course examines Restorative Justice theory and practice. Restorative Justice is a broad-based set of interdisciplinary theories and practices. Students will study the indigenous foundations of Restorative Justice and will integrate this knowledge with the interdisciplinary perspectives that operationalize how Restorative Justice work is accomplished worldwide. Spring.
This course investigates the major psychological theories of lifespan development and provides a multifaceted introduction to the dynamics of intrapsychic development that occurs across the human lifespan. Major developmental milestones, effects of diversity and multiculturalism, socioeconomic status, family constellation, and socio-cultural variables are essential components of this analysis. Prerequisites: 24 credits in ISP, including ITW 101 and QL. Fall, Spring