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Opis zajec na kierunku counseling psychology,minor in social work.
Na zolto-obowiazkowe zajecia (psychology major)
Na niebiesko-obowiazkowe zajecia(counseling concentration)
Na rozowo-zajecia opcjonalne lecz polecane(trzeba wybrac conajmniej jeden przedmiot z danej grupy tematycznej)
Na zielono-zajecia obowiazkowe(minor in social work)
PSYC 150 General Psychology-GTSS3 (3)
Examines the fundamental principles of psychology.
PSYC 200 Psychology of Human Adjustment (3)
Problems of mental health and the strategies useful in the pursuit of effective living in today’s society. Introduces abnormal psychology, emphasizing prevention of serious problems through understanding change and growth in the modern world.
PSYC 201 Orientation to the Psychology Major (3)
Foundations for further study in psychology. Education and career planning. Basic information competence and writing skills, including APA writing format. Basic descriptive statistics, data reporting and graphic representation. Importance of research. Applying to graduate school. Prerequisites: PSYC 150 and ENGL 112.
PSYC 216 Research Methods in Psychology (3)
PSYC 216L Research Methods
Designing, conducting, and reporting psychological investigations. Experimental, non-experimental, and quasi-experimental methods examined. Research project and presentation of results in APA style. Prerequisites: PSYC 150, STAT 215, and PSYC 201.
PSYC 233 Human Growth and Development-GTSS3 (3)
Developmental principles, ages and stages of the life span, and adjustment techniques. Not intended for behavioral science majors.
PSYC 296 Topics (1-3)
PSYC 310 Child Psychology (3)
A study of the principles of human development and psychology from conception to puberty. Prerequisites: PSYC 150.
PSYC 314 Psychology Of Learning (3)
Classic and modern explanations of the phenomena of learning in both lower animals and humans. Classical and operant conditioning covered in detail. Prerequisites: Junior or senior status; PSYC 201; STAT 215, PSYC 216/216L recommended.
PSYC 320 Social Psychology (3)
Social influences upon behavior with consideration given to topics such as: social perception, attitude formation and change, communication, and leadership. Prerequisites: PSYC 150.
PSYC 325 Environmental Psychology (3)
Presentation and discussion of ways in which psychology can redefine and help solve some current environmental problems. Prerequisites: PSYC 150 or consent of instructor.
PSYC 330 Psychology of Adolescents and Emerging Adulthood (3)
Study of principles of human development (biological, cognitive, and social/emotional) from puberty through emerging adulthood.
PSYC 332 Individual and Group Differences (3)
The ways and extent to which individuals and groups differ from one another and of the factors responsible for those differences. Prerequisite: PSYC 150.
PSYC 335 Psychology of Women (3)
A brief account of the role of women in mythology and history will be followed by coverage of women’s heritage in psychology. Then gender specific aspects of physical, psychological and social development will be covered. Current areas of interest will be included, e.g., communication, work related issues, relationships. Prerequisites: PSYC 150.
PSYC 340 Abnormal Psychology (3)
Concepts related to psychopathology and personality disorders including functional causation, general psychological theory, and behavior deviation patterns. Prerequisite: PSYC 150, or consent of instructor.
PSYC 350 Psychology Of Adulthood (3)
Study of principles of human development (biological, cognitive, and social/emotional) from the latter part of young adulthood through late adulthood. Prerequisite: PSYC 150.
PSYC 370 Cross-Cultural Psychology (3)
Survey of theory and methods in cross-cultural psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 150.
PSYC 380 Comparative Psychology (3)
Study of animal behavior. Topics will include communication, learning, memory, intelligence and social behavior in various animal populations. Prerequisite: PSYC 150.
PSYC 396 Topics (1-3)
PSYC 400 Psychological Testing (3)
Theory, problems, methods, and content of psychological measurement, including concepts of the purpose of testing, test administration and scoring, standardization, reliability, validity test evaluation, and a survey of the major tests used in educational and psychological testing. Prerequisites: PSYC 150 and STAT 200.
PSYC 401 Sport Psychology (3)
Introduction to theories and research in Sport Psychology. Includes aggression and violence in sport, psychological characteristics of participants, sexual identity and motivation. Prerequisites: PSYC 150 and one other upper division psychology course.
PSYC 410 Drugs and Human
Study of pharmacological effects and behavioral consequences of self-administered depressants, stimulants, and euphoriants, of marijuana, alcohol and tobacco, and of medicines. Prevention of drug-related problems is considered briefly. Prerequisite: PSYC 150.
PSYC 412 Industrial and Organizational Psychology (3)
Psychological principles applied to formal, productive organizations such as businesses, governments, and schools. Personnel selection, placement, training, evaluation, motivation to work, job satisfaction, and morale are examined. Counts as a management course for BBA candidates. Prerequisites: PSYC 150, or consent of instructor.
PSYC 414 History of Psychology (3)
Systems and theories of modern psychology and the development of scientific psychology since 1879.
PSYC 420 Personality (3)
Examination of personality psychology from the time of Freud through the present. Theories and various approaches to understanding the development and functioning of both the general and the unique in personality are emphasized. Prerequisite: PSYC 150, recommend PSYC 400.
PSYC 422 Sensation and Perception (3)
Study of the human senses, especially vision and hearing, and of people’s meaningful organization of sensory information. Prerequisites: PSYC 150, or consent of instructor.
PSYC 425 Forensic Psychology (3)
Introduction to the production and application of psychological knowledge to the civil and criminal justice systems. Prerequisite: PSYC 150, or consent of instructor.
PSYC 430 Biopsychology (3)
The biological bases of the behaviors of the organism, emphasizing the structure and function of the nervous system. The role of biological factors in such behaviors as sleep, sexual behavior, drug addiction, emotion, etc. will be examined. Prerequisites: PSYC 201 (recommended) and a biology course (recommended).
PSYC 495 Independent Study (1-3)
PSYC 496 Topics (1-3)
PSYCHOLOGY: COUNSELING (PSYP)
PSYP 320 Career Development (3)
Theories of, and factors influencing, career development such as assessment, career maturity, decision making, problem solving, and planning. Current developments in adult career and life development will be discussed including life stages, transitions, midlife crisis, stress, and adjustments necessary for career development effectiveness. Prerequisites: PSYC 150 or consent of instructor.
PSYP 324 Career Counseling (3)
Types and sources of career information and its various uses in career counseling with special emphasis on decision making theories and processes. Prerequisites: PSYC 150 or consent of instructor.
PSYP 396 Topics (1-3)
PSYP 410 Introduction to Marriage and Family Counseling (3)
Key theories and approaches for diverse problem areas in Marriage and Family Counseling, including domestic violence and substance abuse. Explore career options and training for counselors. Prerequisite: PSYC 150 or SOCO 144.
PSYP 420 Counseling Processes and Techniques (3)
PSYP 420 Counseling Processes and Techniques (3)
Counseling principles and practices which facilitate interpersonal communication and effective personal and social development. Counseling skills in attending behavior, listening, problem exploration, responding, understanding, and modes of action are examined, discussed and applied in classroom counseling situations. Prerequisites: PSYC 150 or 340; or consent of instructor.
PSYP 422 Psychological Interviewing (3)
Psychological interviewing techniques, methods, and interpretation will be examined using the DSM-IV. Interview types will include counseling, intake, assessment, and diagnosis. Prerequisites: PSYC 150, 340 and 400.
PSYP 424 Group Processes (3)
Dynamics, procedures and processes of the group. Focus will be on understanding self and learning how to help others develop self-understanding as well as personal and social skill. Prerequisites: PSYP 420.
PSYP 497 Practicum I (4)
Interpersonal training and counseling practice under professional supervision. A typed paper/journal must be submitted for approval and course credit. Prerequisite: senior status and consent of instructor. Practicum must be arranged for the semester prior to enrollment.
PSYP 499 Practicum II (4)
Counseling experience in external field locations according to needs and career goals of the student. A typed paper/ journal must be submitted for approval and course credit. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Internship must be arranged for the semester prior to enrollment.
SOCIAL WORK (SOWK)
SOWK 150 Introduction to Social Work (3)
Introduction to the profession of social work and its historical development; overview of the knowledge, values, skills, practice settings and groups served by social workers.
SOWK 296 Topics: (1-3)
SOWK 310 American Social Welfare (3)
Nature and development of American social policy. Includes history of current structures of social welfare services, the role of policy in service delivery and analyses of current social policy issues including family policy, health care policy, drug policy, tax policy and other topical issues. Prerequisite: SOWK 150.
SOWK 320 Social Work Practices in Mental Health (3)
Practice models and methods of intervention for effective social work practice in mental health care. Includes the promotion of mental health, the prevention of mental illnesses, and delivery of psychosocial treatment and rehabilitation services. Prerequisite: SOWK 150.
SOWK 330 Social Work for Diverse Populations (3)
Knowledge and skills necessary for social work practice with diverse populations.
SOWK 340 Case Management (3)
Defines the role of case management in the context of mental health and human services delivery systems. Attention paid to the ways in which social workers identify and use social work values, ethics and practice models within the context of the diverse and competing needs present in case management service systems. Prerequisite: SOWK 150.
SOWK 350 Legal Aspects of Social Work (3)
Exploration of the roles of the social worker in the legal field. Legal terms, procedures, state and federal court systems studied. The legal aspects of protective services for children and adults, the child support laws and the juvenile justice system examined. Prerequisite: SOWK 150.
SOWK 396 Topics: (1-3)
SOWK 499 Internship (3)
Professional practice with individuals, groups, and communities in various social work sites under professional supervision. Prerequisite: SOWK 150.