Courses

Below you will find the current course offerings listed by semester and then alphabetically by department. If you have any questions about these courses, please contact the Registrar's Office at or 617-521-2111.

Fall 2019 Course Schedule - Updated Hourly

Updated Hourly - Last Updated: 04/25/2019 04:20PM

Public Health

PH 101 - Introduction to Public Health

This course provides students with the key concepts underlying public health as a system and social endeavor. It will explore pressing public health challenges, including communicable diseases, environmental health, social inequalities in health, health care, public responses to emergencies, and reduction of unhealthy behaviors such as smoking, drinking, and violence.

Section Section
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Consent
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01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Monday, Wednesday

06:00PM-
07:20PM
N/A
Cherie Ramirez Wlst 0 No 4.00 Main Campus
02 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

12:30PM-
01:50PM
N/A
Felipe I. Agudelo Open 3 No 4.00 Main Campus

PH 201 - Introduction to Epidemiology

Consent of instructor required. Students will learn and apply basic concepts of epidemiology, using collaborative learning through project activities, case students, peer discussion, and independent research. Students will examine the impact of social conditions and identify factors that account for adverse health at the population level, and use epidemiology to promote positive health outcomes.

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Monday, Wednesday

09:30AM-
10:50AM
N/A
Valerie Leiter Open 5 Yes 4.00 Main Campus

PH 347 - Public Health Seminar

Consent of instructor required. Normally open only to senior public health majors. Addresses the history of public health, discusses the current fields of public health and offers the student the opportunity to explore and learn about employment and graduate opportunities through readings, video and film, guest speakers, field trips, presentations, and other activities.

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01 09/09/2019 -
12/09/2019
Monday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Elizabeth A. Scott Open 5 Yes 4.00 Main Campus

Philosophy

PHIL 119 - World Religions

Explores the fundamental belief systems of Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, Judaism, Islam, and Christianity.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

11:00AM-
12:20PM
N/A
Shirong Luo Open 19 No 4.00 Main Campus

PHIL 131 - Biomedical Ethics

Examines moral questions concerning rights and responsibilities in professional biomedical relationships. Includes issues such as truth-telling, informed consent, privacy, confidentiality, patient self-determination, reproductive technologies, euthanasia, eugenics, and broader questions of justice in health care.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/10/2019
Tuesday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Jo Trigilio Open 6 No 4.00 Main Campus
02 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Monday, Wednesday

12:30PM-
01:50PM
N/A
Jo Trigilio Open 20 No 4.00 Main Campus

PHIL 152 - Philosopy Through Literature and Film

Examines philosophical themes and issues found in major works of literature and film. Based on a realization that meaning and truth arise through reflection upon everyday lived reality, we explore how one lives, struggles, and creates meaning in one's search for identity, wholeness, and truth by examining works of literature and film through various lenses of critical analysis.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/10/2019
Tuesday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Shirong Luo Open 13 No 4.00 Main Campus

PHIL 225 - Social Media, Digital Technology, and Ethics

Does social media provide you with more freedom, or does it control you? How can we eliminate the sexist and racist aspects of gaming? What is the greatest threat to your privacy? Can hacking ever be morally good? Why are women the most common targets of cyber-harassment? Is file-sharing a form of theft? This course will explore current social, ethical, and legal issues associated with social media and digital technology.

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01 09/09/2019 -
12/09/2019
Monday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Jo Trigilio Open 13 No 4.00 Main Campus

PHIL 237 - Philosophy of Mind

Explores the nature of human consciousness and the self. Focuses on the views of contemporary philosophers, psychologists, and Asian religious thinkers; readings include classical authors such as Descartes as well as contemporary philosophers such as Daniel Dennett.

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01 09/05/2019 -
12/12/2019
Thursday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Robb Edward Eason Open 1 No 4.00 Main Campus

PHIL 246 - Who Am I? How Do I Know?

Explores philosophies from different cultural traditions and historical periods on the nature of the self and self-knowledge. Examines philosophical issues including the definition of personal identity, the existence of the soul, the mind-body relation, the role of society in defining the individual, and the limits to knowledge of the self.

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Wednesday

11:00AM-
01:50PM
N/A
Shirong Luo Open 13 No 4.00 Main Campus

PHIL 350 - Independent Study

Consent of instructor required.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/13/2019
N/A N/A N/A TBA Open 25 Yes 4.00 Main Campus

PHIL 355 - Thesis

Consent of instructor required.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/13/2019
N/A N/A N/A TBA Open 25 Yes 4.00 Main Campus

Physics

PHYS 103 - Great Discoveries in Science

Focuses on breakthrough ideas concerning the universal laws of nature, the origin and composition of the universe, the nature of matter, and the origin and evolution of life. Encourages learning through inquiry and cooperative strategies to foster an appreciation of the processes, accomplishments, and limitations of science. Weekly laboratory. Designed for non-majors.

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/13/2019
Monday, Wednesday, Friday

10:00AM-
10:50AM
N/A
Michael P. Jordan Open 5 No 4.00 Main Campus

PHYS 103L - Great Disc. in Science Lab

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Wednesday

11:00AM-
01:50PM
N/A
Michael P. Jordan Open 8 No 0.00 Main Campus

PHYS 110 - Introductory Physics I

Teaches the fundamentals of physics for students with preparation in algebra and trigonometry. Topics drawn from mechanics, energy, torque, and momentum. Three hours or lecture, a three-hour laborator, and one-hour interactive problem-solving session per week.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

Tuesday

09:30AM-
10:50AM
02:00PM-
02:50PM
N/A
N/A
Ramanpreet Kaur Open 17 No 4.00 Main Campus

PHYS 110L - Introductory Physics I Lab

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/10/2019
Tuesday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Ramanpreet Kaur Open 5 No 0.00 Main Campus
02 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Wednesday

11:00AM-
01:50PM
N/A
Ramanpreet Kaur Open 5 No 0.00 Main Campus
03 09/05/2019 -
12/12/2019
Thursday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Ramanpreet Kaur Open 6 No 0.00 Main Campus

PHYS 114 - Fundamentals of Physics I

First course in Physics for science majors (calculus based). Concentrates on the subjects of mechanics: motion, mass, force, energy, momentum, and torque and static equilibrium. Additional material includes fluids and simple harmonic motion. Three hours of lecture, a one-hour, guided-inquiry learning session and a three hour lab per week. t.

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/13/2019
Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Friday

09:00AM-
09:50AM
02:00PM-
02:50PM
N/A
N/A
Phillip J. White Open 36 No 4.00 Main Campus
LC 09/04/2019 -
12/13/2019
Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Friday

09:00AM-
09:50AM
02:00PM-
02:50PM
N/A
N/A
Phillip J. White Open 1 No 3.00 Main Campus

PHYS 114L - Fundamentals of Physics I Lab

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02 09/09/2019 -
12/09/2019
Monday

06:00PM-
08:50PM
N/A
Eric Roebuck Open 3 No 0.00 Main Campus
03 09/03/2019 -
12/10/2019
Tuesday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Eric Roebuck Open 8 No 0.00 Main Campus
04 09/06/2019 -
12/13/2019
Friday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Michael P. Jordan Open 10 No 0.00 Main Campus
LC 09/09/2019 -
12/09/2019
Monday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Phillip J. White Open 1 No 0.00 Main Campus

PHYS 231 - Classical Waves

Analyzes the physics of classical waves, specifically systems that exhibit oscillatory behavior and phenomena common to all waves, focusing on sound and light. Half-semester, 2-credit course, followed by PHYS 232 in the same time slot. Students may take PHYS 231 alone or together with PHYS 232. Three hours of lecture per week for the first half of the semester.

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01 09/04/2019 -
10/28/2019
Monday, Wednesday, Friday

09:00AM-
09:50AM
N/A
Michael P. Jordan Clsd 0 No 2.00 Main Campus

PHYS 232 - Modern Physics

Introduces fundamental topics of 20th century physics, including special relativity, wave-particle duality, solutions of the Schrodinger equation in one dimension, and the formalism and postulates of quantum mechanics. Half-semester, 2-credit courses, following PHYS 231 in the same time slot. Students may take PHYS 232 alone or together with PHYS 231. Three hours of lecture per week for the second half of the semester.

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01 10/30/2019 -
12/13/2019
Monday, Wednesday, Friday

09:00AM-
09:50AM
N/A
Michael P. Jordan Open 1 No 2.00 Main Campus

PHYS 245 - Introduction to Biophysics

This course is designed to study how the laws of physics apply to and explain biological phenomena. It will take students through successive levels of the complexity of life, from atoms to molecules and ultimately to the behavior of organisms through the lens of physics. The course will include extensive coverage of life defining elements like water and light, of biopolymers, biomembranes, assemblies of biomolecules, cells/neurons and discuss recent developments, such as protein folding, DNA/RNA conformations, molecular motors and optical tweezers.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

12:30PM-
01:50PM
N/A
Gina M. Mustata Open 16 No 4.00 Main Campus

PHYS 331 - Thermodynamics and Kinetics

Treats in detail the states of matter and the laws of thermodynamics (with applications to chemical and phase equilibria and electrochemistry) and reaction kinetics and mechanisms. Three hours of lecture and a four-hour laboratory per week.

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/13/2019
Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Wednesday

12:00PM-
12:50PM
01:00PM-
01:50PM
N/A
N/A
Gina M. Mustata Clsd 21 No 4.00 Main Campus

PHYS 331L - Thermodynamics & Kinetics Lab

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01 09/06/2019 -
12/13/2019
Friday

08:00AM-
10:50AM
N/A
Gina M. Mustata Clsd 7 No 0.00 Main Campus
02 09/06/2019 -
12/13/2019
Friday

01:00PM-
03:50PM
N/A
Gina M. Mustata Clsd 7 No 0.00 Main Campus
03 09/05/2019 -
12/12/2019
Thursday

12:30PM-
03:20PM
N/A
Gina M. Mustata Open 8 No 0.00 Main Campus

PHYS 355 - Independent Study With Thesis Independent Study With Thesis

Consent of instructor required. Selection of a research project involving scientific literature search, followed by laboratory work required for solution of the problem. Results presented in a thesis and a poster presentation.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/13/2019
N/A N/A N/A Gina M. Mustata Open 2 Yes 0.00 Main Campus
02 09/03/2019 -
12/13/2019
N/A N/A N/A Phillip J. White Clsd 0 Yes 0.00 Main Campus
03 09/03/2019 -
12/13/2019
N/A N/A N/A Michael P. Jordan Open 2 Yes 0.00 Main Campus
04 09/03/2019 -
12/13/2019
N/A N/A N/A Anat Burger Open 2 Yes 0.00 Main Campus

PHYS 370 - Internship

4 or 8 sem. hrs. Provides a supervised professional experience off campus. Placement must be approved by the department. Includes a final oral presentation.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/13/2019
N/A N/A N/A Michael P. Jordan Open 2 Yes 0.00 Main Campus

PHYS 390 - Physics Seminar

Required of all physics majors completing PHYS 355 Includes instruction and preparation for technical writing such as a manuscript or senior thesis. Students will prepare and practice several oral presentations, culminating with a seminar on their independent study research open to the entire Simmons community. One hour per week.

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01 09/09/2019 -
12/09/2019
Monday

Monday

01:00PM-
01:50PM
06:00PM-
06:50PM
N/A
N/A
Phillip J. White Open 7 Yes 1.00 Main Campus

Political Science

POLS 101 - Introduction to American Politics

Introduces students to the fundamentals of American government and analyzes important and controversial political issues. Through lecture, discussion, and readings, examines: the Congress, the presidency, the courts, voting behavior, political participation, interest groups, political parties, social movements, civil rights, and civil liberties. A special focus will be on applying theories to current events in American politics.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

04:30PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Aaron Rosenthal Open 17 No 4.00 Main Campus

POLS 102 - Introduction to International Politics

This course introduces students to major topics in international relations: power politics, IR theories of the origins of conflict, war, and cooperation, international trade and markets, international organizations and law, North-South relations, global environmental problems, the commons, globalization, and terrorism. The course will cover contemporary issues in interstate relations.

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Monday, Wednesday

11:00AM-
12:20PM
N/A
Denise M. Horn Open 27 No 4.00 Main Campus

POLS 103 - The Nature of Politics

Introduces political theory and its contributions to the study of politics by considering problems of citizenship in different regimes. Examines both classic texts of political philosophy (including Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, and Marx) and the writings and speeches of political actors (both real and in fiction and film).

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Monday, Wednesday

12:30PM-
01:50PM
N/A
Lena Zuckerwise Open 22 No 4.00 Main Campus

POLS 212 - Politics Unplugged: How Things Work in Massachusetts

Prepares students for direct involvement in the political process with legislators or nongovernment organizations involved in policy formation. Provides an overview of the Massachusetts political system through classroom study, speakers, and site visits. Focuses on 'hands-on' skills: oral briefings, political research, and writing for policymakers. This course is required for participation in the Lee Family Foundation internship program.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

09:30AM-
10:50AM
N/A
Kristina Racek Pechulis Open 20 No 4.00 Main Campus

POLS 217 - American Public Policy

Examines public policy in the U.S., emphasizing how patterns of political power shape, and are shaped by state intervention. Students will consider various social and economic policies as illustrations of these processes. Topics explored can include environmental and education policy, Title IX as it relates to sports, and rural/urban debates. Key concepts will be reinforced through the use of case studies, memo writing, policy analysis papers, and a final research project.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

11:00AM-
12:20PM
N/A
Leanne Doherty Open 20 No 4.00 Main Campus

POLS 223 - Human Rights: The Basic Dilemmas

Examines the basic dilemmas surrounding the issue of human rights in international affairs since 1945. After an overview of the emergence of the 'human rights regime,' we will explore debates over the universality of human rights and over the proper way to define them (as civil, economic and social, and/or cultural). Case studies of human rights violations will highlight key policy choices that confront activists, citizens, and policymakers alike.

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01 09/09/2019 -
12/09/2019
Monday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Denise M. Horn Open 15 No 4.00 Main Campus

POLS 227 - Food Policy

We will look at how the government influences what we eat by looking at a variety of policy and legislation, including dietary guidelines and public health, nutritional assistance programs, policies that affect food justice and insecurity, how laws and regulations for the environment affect food production, and laws regarding food retail, including location of retail outlets and calorie count requirements. We will look at how governmental laws, regulations and the decisions and actions of governments influence food production, distribution and consumption.

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LC 09/09/2019 -
12/09/2019
Monday

12:00PM-
01:50PM
N/A
Kristina Racek Pechulis Open 4 No 3.00 Main Campus

POLS 228 - The War on Drugs

Explores the War on Drugs that has been waged in the United States over the last fifty years. In doing so, it focuses on the history and development of the war, considers its various consequences, evaluates its effectiveness, and analyzes current reform efforts.

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LC 09/09/2019 -
12/09/2019
Monday

12:00PM-
01:50PM
N/A
Aaron Rosenthal Wlst 0 No 3.00 Main Campus

POLS 236 - Politics & Futuristic Literature

Although science fiction and futuristic novels are usually set in distant times and places, they very often engage and comment on the political questions, debates, structures and constructs that characterize our own times. POLS 236 provides students with an introduction to contemporary and historical international relations, and politics more generally, through the lens of science fiction. What does Heinlein's The Moon is a Harsh Mistress tell us about revolution, colonialism, and dependency theory? To what degree do Atwood's A Handmaid's Tale and Leguin's Left Hand of Darkness learn from and inform contemporary feminism, and/or feminist IR theory? Beyond the allegory of hydraulic despotism and oil dependency, how does Dune present realpolitik, and what is Herbert's message about the role of the übermensch in political affairs? Using a combination of readings, films, group work, and discussions, students will ask and explore open-ended questions about the relationships between the major ideas and themes of politically relevant science fiction novels, comparative and international relations theory, and current events.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

12:30PM-
01:50PM
N/A
Benjamin Cole Open 20 No 4.00 Main Campus

POLS 246 - Politics of Western Europe

Analyzes the politics of Western Europe, focusing on the formation of European political cultures (including how and why they differ from American political culture), political ideological struggle, parties, institutions, the emergence of the European Union, and the major challenges facing the citizens of Europe today.

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/13/2019
Monday, Wednesday, Friday

12:00PM-
12:50PM
N/A
Abel Amado Open 35 No 4.00 Main Campus

POLS 317 - Intersectionality and Public Policy

Investigates the political and theoretical basis of policymaking as it reflects and affects relations between social groups, especially relations of gender, race, and class in the United States. Policy issues examined will include the structure of the welfare state, violence against women, wage gaps, affirmative action, immigration, reparations, and reproductive freedom.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

03:00PM-
04:50PM
N/A
Leanne Doherty Open 17 No 4.00 Main Campus

Psychology

PSYC 101 - Introduction to Psychological Science

Surveys contemporary approaches to the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Covers topics from neurons to neuroses, including perception, memory, social interaction, personality, and mental disorders.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

08:00AM-
09:20AM
N/A
Geoff Turner Open 33 No 4.00 Main Campus
02 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

09:30AM-
10:50AM
N/A
Geoff Turner Open 16 No 4.00 Main Campus
03 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

12:30PM-
01:50PM
N/A
Rachel L. Galli Open 31 No 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 201 - Biological Psychology

Considers some of the ways behavior and experience are related to biological processes. Classroom and laboratory topics include brain structure and function, drugs and addiction, brain damage, sleep and consciousness, stress, memory and amnesia, and mental illness. Includes lectures and laboratory sessions.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

04:30PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Rachel L. Galli Wlst 0 No 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 201L - Biological Psyc Lab

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Wednesday

12:00PM-
01:50PM
N/A
Rachel L. Galli Open 4 No 0.00 Main Campus
02 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Wednesday

05:00PM-
06:50PM
N/A
Rachel L. Galli Wlst 0 No 0.00 Main Campus

PSYC 203 - Research Methods in Psychology

An introduction to methodologies and statistical analyses used in psychological research, including surveys, observation, correlation, and experiments. Lectures and lab activities emphasize critical-thinking in the evaluation of scientific evidence.

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/13/2019
Wednesday, Friday

09:30AM-
10:50AM
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TBA Open 11 No 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 203L - Research Methods in Psychology Lab

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/10/2019
Tuesday

03:00PM-
04:20PM
N/A
TBA Open 2 No 0.00 Main Campus
02 09/06/2019 -
12/13/2019
Friday

12:00PM-
01:20PM
N/A
TBA Open 11 No 0.00 Main Campus

PSYC 231 - Abnormal Psychology

Explores the nature and dynamics of psychological disorders including anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, mood disorders, and addiction. Emphasizes the issue of individual psychological growth and the interrelationship of normal and abnormal phenomena.

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01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Monday, Wednesday

11:00AM-
12:20PM
N/A
Sarah Martin Wlst 0 No 4.00 Main Campus
02 09/03/2019 -
12/10/2019
Tuesday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Lori Eisner Weiss Wlst 0 No 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 232 - Health Psychology

Explores the biological, psychological, and social factors related to health and illness. Includes discussion of the biological factors involved in prevention and treatment; the role of personal factors such as lifestyle choices, stress, addictions, and coping mechanisms; and social factors related to compliance and health care delivery.

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01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

09:30AM-
10:50AM
N/A
Elizabeth Donovan Clsd 0 No 4.00 Main Campus
02 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

11:00AM-
12:20PM
N/A
Elizabeth Donovan Open 6 No 4.00 Main Campus
03 09/09/2019 -
12/09/2019
Monday

06:00PM-
08:50PM
N/A
Allison Smith Clsd 0 No 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 235 - Developmental Psychology

Considers the theoretical approaches and methodological issues involved in understanding normative development from conception to adolescence. Examines the origins and progression of biological, perceptual, cognitive, social, and emotional systems, as well as the complex interactions among them, via lecture, discussion, demonstration, and observation. Childrearing and education implications are discussed.

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Consent
Credits Location
01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Monday, Wednesday

12:30PM-
01:50PM
N/A
Elizabeth Donovan Wlst 0 No 4.00 Main Campus
02 09/03/2019 -
12/13/2019
N/A N/A N/A TBA Open 13 No 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 236 - Psychology of Adolescence

Provides a systematic analysis of adolescent and young adult development, focusing on gender and cultural issues as well as major theories of psychological and social development.

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

11:00AM-
12:20PM
N/A
Geoff Turner Open 6 No 4.00 Main Campus
02 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

12:30PM-
01:50PM
N/A
Geoff Turner Open 14 No 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 237N - Life Span Development

Nursing major required, and students cannot have taken PSYC-235. Explores the development of the individual from birth to death using psychological theory and research. Stresses the interaction of social, cognitive, and biological factors in human development; the interaction between the person and the environment; and the transitions across the lifespan.

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01 09/03/2019 -
12/10/2019
Tuesday

06:00PM-
08:50PM
N/A
Carolyn Knoepfler Wlst 0 No 4.00 Main Campus
02 09/03/2019 -
12/13/2019
N/A N/A N/A TBA Open 6 No 4.00 Main Campus
03 09/03/2019 -
12/13/2019
N/A N/A N/A TBA Open 26 No 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 239 - Psychology of Aging

Focuses on later life and how social forces influence people's experiences with aging. Looks at myths and stereotypes about the aging process, analyzes the mental and physical challenges we face as we age, assessing the continuities and discontinuities in family relationships, and discussing the implications of a growing aging population.

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01 09/03/2019 -
12/10/2019
Tuesday

06:00PM-
08:50PM
N/A
Ellen Birchander Wlst 0 No 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 244 - Drugs and Behavior

Explores the psychological, biological, and societal factors that influence drug use. Focuses on the neurochemical bases of drug action and the experimental paradigms used in studying the behavioral effects of drugs. Topics include illegal and legal drugs, including medications for mental illness.

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Wednesday

11:00AM-
01:50PM
N/A
Amanda Natalie Carey Clsd 0 No 4.00 Main Campus
02 09/03/2019 -
12/13/2019
Monday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Amanda Natalie Carey Wlst 0 No 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 247 - Sensation and Perception

Studies the relationship between the external world and our internal representation of it, the world as we perceive it. Considers the bases of accurate perception, factors contributing to perceptual distortion and disability, the dimensions and processes of consciousness, and the nature of reality.

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01 09/03/2019 -
12/12/2019
Tuesday, Thursday

04:30PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Amanda Natalie Carey Wlst 0 No 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 304 - Research in Personality

Consent of instructor required. Surveys the methods psychologists use to investigate personality. Topics include how theories of personality guide hypothesis development, research ethics and design, data collection and analysis, and the presentation of research findings. Students will gain direct experience in conducting a research project in personality psychology. Includes a laboratory component.

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01 09/09/2019 -
12/09/2019
Monday

12:00PM-
02:50PM
N/A
Gregory Feldman Clsd 0 Yes 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 304L - Research in Personality Lab

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Wednesday

11:00AM-
01:50PM
N/A
Gregory Feldman Clsd 0 Yes 0.00 Main Campus

PSYC 336 - Childhood Psychopathology

Consent of instructor required. Considers issues related to psychopathology in children and adolescents and the causes of such disorders. Discusses theories, research, and therapies related to these conditions. Includes lectures, discussion, and research projects.

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01 09/09/2019 -
12/09/2019
Monday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Sarah Martin Clsd 0 Yes 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 345 - History & Systems of Psychology

Consent of instructor required. Normally open only to seniors. Addresses the intellectual history of controversial themes that cut across the psychology curriculum, such as mind vs. body, nature vs. nurture, and normal vs. abnormal. Challenging readings reveal the basis for our modern theories and practices, highlighting the connections between other courses in the major.

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01 09/03/2019 -
12/10/2019
Tuesday

03:00PM-
05:50PM
N/A
Ellen Birchander Open 4 Yes 4.00 Main Campus

PSYC 380 - Fieldwork in a Psychological Setting

Consent of instructor required. Provides staff-supervised experience to seniors in a variety of service and research settings. Involves exposure to activities such as counseling, psychological testing, special education, human resources, interviewing, psychotherapy, and laboratory research.

Section Section
Dates
Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
Avail
Seats
Requires
Consent
Credits Location
01 09/04/2019 -
12/11/2019
Monday, Wednesday

09:30AM-
11:00AM
N/A
Sarah Martin Open 11 Yes 4.00 Main Campus
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