Credit Course Schedules

Psychology - Fall 2024

Term Definitions

In Person
Classes meet in person on campus; specific days/times/location
Online - Asynchronous
Classes meet fully online; no specific days/times/locations
Online - Synchronous (Zoom)
Classes meet via Zoom or other resource; specific days/times
Hybrid - Online Asynchronous & Online Synchronous (Zoom)
A portion of the classes meet synchronous via Zoom or other resource and a portion is asynchronous online; there will be some specific days/times
Hybrid - Online & In-person
A portion of the classes meet in person on campus and a portion is asynchronous or synchronous online; there will be some specific days/times/locations
Hybrid - Online Asynchronous & In Person
Classes meet in both asynchronous online and in-person modes; specific meeting times and locations for in-person portions of classes are listed with each course
Hybrid - Online Synchronous (Zoom) & In Person
Classes meet in both synchronous online (Zoom) and in-person modes; specific meeting times and locations are listed with each course
Hyflex
Combines online and face-to-face instruction. Students may participate in different ways: online - synchronous, online - asynchronous, face-to-face, or as a flexible learner (student has a degree of choice as to how they participate each week).
Flex
Flex courses may provide students with the opportunity to meet in-person on campus, on the synchronous days and times already scheduled, if conditions allow.
Imputed credits
Imputed credits are developmental courses for students who need to prepare themselves for college-level work. They count toward financial aid requirements but do not count toward earned college credits or GPA.
Interactive TV
Classes are taught live from one campus location and broadcast to one or more additional campus locations. Cameras and microphones at all sites allow faculty and learners to see and talk with each other.
General Psychology — 4237
PSY 1510 – 3 credits
Frank J. Corapi

Students will demonstrate an understanding of theories and research as they apply to fundamental concepts in psychology. As they complete readings and activities on the history of psychology, models of learning, biology and behavior, personality theory, psychological disorders, social psychology and other selected topics students will apply their knowledge to better understand the causes of thought, feeling, and behavior. They will be able to comprehend and apply the methods of scientific inquiry to the science of psychology. Eligibility: ENG 1510 without supports or Corequisite: ENG 1510 with supports. J fall, spring; C fall, spring; Online fall, spring. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Hultquist Library 249
Aug 26 – Dec 20 Mon, Wed 9:30 am – 10:45 am
General Psychology — 4238
PSY 1510 – 3 credits
Frank J. Corapi

Students will demonstrate an understanding of theories and research as they apply to fundamental concepts in psychology. As they complete readings and activities on the history of psychology, models of learning, biology and behavior, personality theory, psychological disorders, social psychology and other selected topics students will apply their knowledge to better understand the causes of thought, feeling, and behavior. They will be able to comprehend and apply the methods of scientific inquiry to the science of psychology. Eligibility: ENG 1510 without supports or Corequisite: ENG 1510 with supports. J fall, spring; C fall, spring; Online fall, spring. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Hultquist Library 249
Aug 26 – Dec 20 Mon, Wed 11:00 am – 12:15 pm
General Psychology — 4239
PSY 1510 – 3 credits
Joshua L. Zeiders-Weber

Students will demonstrate an understanding of theories and research as they apply to fundamental concepts in psychology. As they complete readings and activities on the history of psychology, models of learning, biology and behavior, personality theory, psychological disorders, social psychology and other selected topics students will apply their knowledge to better understand the causes of thought, feeling, and behavior. They will be able to comprehend and apply the methods of scientific inquiry to the science of psychology. Eligibility: ENG 1510 without supports or Corequisite: ENG 1510 with supports. J fall, spring; C fall, spring; Online fall, spring. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Hultquist Library 249
Aug 26 – Dec 20 Tue, Thu 11:00 am – 12:15 pm
General Psychology — 4240
PSY 1510 – 3 credits
Joshua L. Zeiders-Weber

Students will demonstrate an understanding of theories and research as they apply to fundamental concepts in psychology. As they complete readings and activities on the history of psychology, models of learning, biology and behavior, personality theory, psychological disorders, social psychology and other selected topics students will apply their knowledge to better understand the causes of thought, feeling, and behavior. They will be able to comprehend and apply the methods of scientific inquiry to the science of psychology. Eligibility: ENG 1510 without supports or Corequisite: ENG 1510 with supports. J fall, spring; C fall, spring; Online fall, spring. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Hultquist Library 211
Aug 26 – Dec 20 Mon 6:00 pm – 8:45 pm
General Psychology — 4242
PSY 1510 – 3 credits
Joshua L. Zeiders-Weber

Students will demonstrate an understanding of theories and research as they apply to fundamental concepts in psychology. As they complete readings and activities on the history of psychology, models of learning, biology and behavior, personality theory, psychological disorders, social psychology and other selected topics students will apply their knowledge to better understand the causes of thought, feeling, and behavior. They will be able to comprehend and apply the methods of scientific inquiry to the science of psychology. Eligibility: ENG 1510 without supports or Corequisite: ENG 1510 with supports. J fall, spring; C fall, spring; Online fall, spring. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Hultquist Library 249
Aug 26 – Dec 20 Tue, Thu 1:30 pm – 2:45 pm
General Psychology — 4243
PSY 1510 – 3 credits
Ronald Erik Seastedt

Students will demonstrate an understanding of theories and research as they apply to fundamental concepts in psychology. As they complete readings and activities on the history of psychology, models of learning, biology and behavior, personality theory, psychological disorders, social psychology and other selected topics students will apply their knowledge to better understand the causes of thought, feeling, and behavior. They will be able to comprehend and apply the methods of scientific inquiry to the science of psychology. Eligibility: ENG 1510 without supports or Corequisite: ENG 1510 with supports. J fall, spring; C fall, spring; Online fall, spring. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Hultquist Library 271
Sep 30 – Dec 20 Mon, Wed 1:30 pm – 3:25 pm
Stress & Coping — 4248
PSY 1550 – 3 credits
Tracey S. Mitchell

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the sources of common kinds of stress and the terminology associated with the areas of both stress and coping. They are expected to engage in critical thinking involving the physiology of stress and the understanding that certain situations are stressful to some and not others. Students will distinguish effective coping mechanisms from maladaptive, self-defeating approaches. Students are expected to apply what they have learned to their own lives. Eligibility: ENG 1510 without supports or Corequisite: ENG 1510 with supports. J occasionally; C fall. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Hultquist Library 204
Aug 26 – Dec 20 Mon, Wed 3:00 pm – 4:15 pm
Life Span Development — 4255
PSY 2510 – 3 credits
Tracey S. Mitchell

Students will demonstrate an understanding of human development from conception to late adulthood. Students are expected to engage in critical thinking concerning the developmental processes and issues characterizing the various stages of the life cycle. Emphases will be placed on integrating theory and research and appreciating the practical application of life span development to real-life concerns and problems. Prerequisite: ENG 1510. J fall, spring; C fall, spring; Online fall, spring. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Hultquist Library 204
Aug 26 – Dec 20 Mon, Wed 11:00 am – 12:15 pm
Social Psychology — 4260
PSY 2530 – 3 credits
Frank J. Corapi

Students will demonstrate mastery of theories and research in the field of social psychology. The course focus is on the influence of groups on individuals. Topics include prejudice, aggression, conformity, group decision making, and leadership. Students apply class material to real-life situations and will demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity, including ethnic, racial, and gender issues. Prerequisite: ENG 1510. J fall, spring; C fall, spring; Online spring. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Sheldon Center 138
Aug 26 – Dec 20 Mon, Wed 1:30 pm – 2:45 pm
Abnormal Behavior — 4266
PSY 2560 – 3 credits
Jennifer L. Howe

Students will demonstrate mastery of past and current theoretical perspectives on abnormal behavior. Students will critically evaluate issues relating to the classification, etiology, and treatment of basic abnormal behavior categories identified in the most current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Applications are made to specific case studies Prerequisite: ENG 1510. J fall, spring; C fall, spring; Online fall, spring. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Katharine Jackson Carnahan Center 167
Aug 26 – Dec 20 Mon, Wed 4:30 pm – 5:45 pm
Forensic Psychology — 4270
PSY 2580 – 3 credits
Frank J. Corapi

Students will apply the methods and theories of psychology to the criminal justice (legal) system. Specifically, students will gain and understanding of how the field of psychology and psychological research has been applied in law enforcement, the judicial process, and the corrections process. Issues of morality, the criminal personality, eyewitness testimony, the use of psychological evaluation, jury selection, criminal profiling, child custody evaluation, police, and inmate counseling are among several major topics covered. Since this course focuses on the criminal justice system, it will not include civil litigation. Prerequisite: ENG 1510. J spring; C fall. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Hultquist Library 204
Aug 26 – Dec 20 Tue, Thu 11:00 am – 12:15 pm
Cross-Cultural Psychology — 4559
PSY 2590 – 3 credits
Joshua L. Zeiders-Weber

Students will survey psychological issues and phenomena across a variety of cultures. In particular, this course will focus on the cultural influences that shape the perceptions, development, personality, cognition, emotion, mental health, and treatment of people from different cultures, and how these concepts shape culture in return. Furthermore, the course will explore cross-cultural research methodologies appropriate for cross-cultural psychological studies. This course is designed to provide students with the context to develop cultural humility and a foundation for understanding a diversity of cultural perspectives within the field of psychology. Prerequisite: ENG 1510. J, Fall. Institutional Course Syllabus

— Jamestown Campus
Hultquist Library 249
Aug 26 – Dec 20 Tue, Thu 3:00 pm – 4:15 pm