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PSY-3500 Abnormal Psychology

Abnormal Psychology provides a unique opportunity to see how real people with particular psychological disorders actually behave. The primary purpose of this course is to observe a variety of human behaviors classified as abnormal. The course focuses on the causes of abnormality, the prevalence of different forms of abnormal behavior, various theories that have been put forth to explain abnormal behavior, and common forms of treatment.

Advisory: It is advisable to have knowledge in a course equivalent to PSY-1010: Introduction to Psychology with a grade of C or better to succeed in this course. Students are responsible for making sure that they have the necessary knowledge.

Study Methods:

e-Pack® (PSY-3500-EP):
Dec 2023,  Jan 2024,  Feb 2024,  Mar 2024,  Apr 2024,  May 2024,  Jun 2024
Guided Study (PSY-3500-GS):
Dec 2023,  Jan 2024,  Feb 2024,  Mar 2024,  Apr 2024,  May 2024,  Jun 2024
Online Courses (PSY-3500-OL):
Dec 2023,  Jan 2024,  Feb 2024,  Mar 2024,  Apr 2024,  May 2024,  Jun 2024
TECEP® Examination (PSY-3500-TE):
Dec 2023,  Jan 2024,  Feb 2024,  Mar 2024,  Apr 2024,  May 2024,  Jun 2024
Self-Directed Courses (PSY-3500-SD): This course is offered every term.

Credits: 3

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