Looking For Additional Semester Credit Hours?
If you are looking for additional semester credit hours, but do not have room in your schedule, consider enrolling in a mini session. Mini session courses are intensive two-week courses that meet prior to the beginning of the semester.
Summer 2015 Mini Sessions
- PSY 444. Marine Mammal Behavior. 3 hrs. A comprehensive review of the literature on the behavior, communication and cognitive abilities of whales and dolpins. 8 am - 12 pm, taught by Heidi Lyn, Ph.D.
- PSY 455. Psychology of Personality. 3 hrs. Different theoretical approaches to the development of the mature personality. Prerequisite: additional prerequisite for PSY major: with grade C or better, or permission of deparment chair. 12:40 pm - 5 :10 pm, taught by Kenji Noguchi, Ph.D.
Fall 2015 Mini Sessions
- PSY 372. Adolescent Psychology. 3 hrs. Psychological development of the individual during the adolescent years. 8 am - 12 pm, taught by Lin Agler, Ph.D.
- PSY 424. Animal Behavior. 3 hrs. Study of animal behavior with emphasis on the comparison of psychological processes along the phylogenetic scale. Prerequisite: additoinal prerequisite for PSY majors: with grade C or better, or permission of department chair. 8 am - 12 pm, taught by Heidi Lyn, Ph.D.