All Courses

  • TUL500 SME Review

    This course builds a Biblical theology overview that connects the motif of the Kingdom of God to issues of poverty, oppression, community development and church growth in urban poor communities.

  • PRPS 405 Psychology of Learning

    This course is designed as a study of major theories and research in the psychology of learning and memory. Included is a consideration of how learning theories have developed historically and how they apply to modern social and psychological issues. Topics include scientific methodology in the study of learning, classical and operant conditioning, biology of learning, cognitive approaches to learning, memory, motivation, and observational learning.

  • Pract Theo of Community Econ - 10719-LB1

    This course relates biblical and theological perspectives to the theory and practice of community wealth building. Special emphasis is given to cooperatives, micro-enterprises and entrepreneurship as a basis for asset building and ownership.

  • Pract Theo of Community Econ - 10720-Z1

    This course relates biblical and theological perspectives to the theory and practice of community wealth building. Special emphasis is given to cooperatives, micro-enterprises and entrepreneurship as a basis for asset building and ownership.

  • Abnormal Psychology - 12417-M1

    The major focus of this course is mental illness and abnormal behavior, in light of modern theory and knowledge. Current trends and modern methods of diagnosis, understanding, treatment, and prevention are discussed. Students enrolled in this course may be required to share information regarding their personal life, family, or relationships. Prerequisites: PSYC 110 and PSYC 290 or SOCW 310 & SOCW 311

  • Social Psychology - 13545-M1

    Social Psychology studies the relationships between social interaction processes and individual behavior. The course familiarizes the student with a variety of perspectives on social behavior, encourages the student to become a careful observer of social interaction through systematic research, and examines the implications of social psychological theory and research for present and future changes in the structure of human relationships. Students enrolled in this course may be required to share information regarding their personal life, family, or relationships. Prerequisite: PSYC 110

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