Psychology Course Syllabi

Most of the classes offered at Vanguard University by faculty within the psychology department have complete syllabi on the Web. Clicking on the class links below will take you to the home page for a particular class. Please note that these syllabi are frequently updated; you should not assume that the class pages you examine before a semester begins are “final.” Instructors will announce in class when substantive changes to Web syllabi have been made. Also note that not all classes listed below are offered in a given semester.

Course

Title

Instructor

PSYC 103 General Psychology (Section 1) (Spring 2015) Jardine
PSYC 103 General Psychology (Section 2) (Spring 2015) Hanna
PSYC 103 General Psychology (Section 3) (Fall 2014) Cuffari
PSYC 103 General Psychology (Section 4) (Fall 2014) Jardine
PSYC 220 Researched Writing for Psychology Majors (Spring 2015) Powell
PSYC/MATH 265 Introduction to Statistical Methods (Sections 1, 2, 4) (Spring 2015) Degelman
PSYC/MATH 265 Introduction to Statistical Methods (Section 3) (Spring 2015) Park
PSYC/MATH 265 Introduction to Statistical Methods (Section 5) (Spring 2015) Brash
PSYC/MATH 265 Introduction to Statistical Methods (Section 6) (Spring 2015) Park
PSYC 320 Developmental Psychology (Section 1) (Spring 2015) Cuffari
PSYC 320 Developmental Psychology (Section 2) (Spring 2015) Renold
PSYC 320 Developmental Psychology (Sections 3) (Spring 2015) Parke
PSYC 320 Developmental Psychology (Sections 4) (Spring 2015) Cuffari
PSYC 321 Adolescent Psychology (Spring 2015) Dulin
PSYC/SOCI 324 Social Psychology (Section 1) (Spring 2015) Jardine
PSYC/SOCI 324 Social Psychology (Section 2) (Spring 2015) D’Auria
PSYC 331 Diversity Issues in the Helping Professions (Fall 2014) Powell
PSYC 332 Abnormal Psychology (Section 1) (Fall 2014) Powell
PSYC 332 Abnormal Psychology (Section 2) (Spring 2015) Cuffari
PSYC/SOCI 335 Social & Psychological Aspects of Aging (Spring 2015) Renold
PSYC 340 Biological Psychology (Section 1) (Spring 2015) Hanna
PSYC 345 Theories of Personality (Section 1) (Spring 2015) Harrington
PSYC 345 Theories of Personality (Section 2) (Spring 2015) Harrington
ANTH/SOCI/PSYC 346 Human Sexuality (Spring 2015) Gil
PSYC 350 Theories and Principles of Learning (Spring 2015) Degelman
PSYC/SOCI 355 Survey of Human Services (Spring 2015) Moore
PSYC/SOCI 370 Psychology of Work (Fall 2014) Georgianna
PSYC 381 Research Methods in Psychology (Section 1) (Spring 2015) Renold
PSYC 381 Research Methods in Psychology (Section 2) (Fall 2014) Park
PSYC 420 Behavior Modification (Spring 2015) Cuffari
PSYC 434 Group Dynamics (Fall 2014) Hummel
PSYC/KINE 443 Sport Psychology (Spring 2015) Avans
PSYC 449 Cognitive Psychology (Spring 2015) Hanna
PSYC 460 Field Practicum (Section 1) (Fall 2014) Hummel
PSYC 460 Field Practicum (Section 2) (Spring 2015) Howard
PSYC 462 Counseling Theories (Fall 2014) Howard
PSYC 463 Counseling Methods (Section 1) (Spring 2015) Howard
PSYC 463 Counseling Methods (Section 2) (Spring 2015) Howard
PSYC 470 Special Topic: Addiction Studies (Section 1) (Spring 2015) Hanna
PSYC 470 Special Topic: Family Psychology (Section 2) (Spring 2015) Powell
PSYC 470 Special Topic: Child Psyhology (Section 3) (Fall 2014) Parke
PSYC 475 Psychological Research II (Section 1) (Spring 2015) Dulin
PSYC 475 Psychological Research II (Section 2) (Spring 2015) Dulin
PSYC 477 Psychology and Christianity (Section 1) (Spring 2015) Powell
PSYC 477 Psychology and Christianity (Section 2) (Spring 2015) Powell