LAP 206 Psychology in Everyday Life

This course focuses on six areas of psychology and their relevance to everyday lives. Salient aspects of consciousness and memory, gender and sexuality, thinking, language, intelligence, motivation and emotion in everyday life will be described and explored. This course fulfills the Behavioral Science Area of General Education requirements only for students in the accelerated degree completion programs, Applied Behavioral Science, Health Care Leadership, Bachelor of Science in Management, Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems, and the Master of Arts in Teaching. Exceptions require Psychology Department approval. Prerequisite(s): Enrollment or pre-enrollment in Applied Behavioral Sciences, Health Care Leadership, and Bachelor of Science in Management degree completion programs, and the Master of Arts in Teaching. Traditional undergraduates may take the course only with the permission of the Psychology Department. 5 quarter hours

Distribution

GenEd-Behavioral Science