Special Topics in Psychology

An exploration of the psychology of women and the psychology of men and the emergent qualities of both disciplines. Students are challenged to look at their own lives to examine the threads of stereotypical and non-stereotypical patterns as they explore the history, facets and dynamics of gender in psychology.

A course satisfying the general education Western Heritage requirement, covering the periods of the Judeo-Christian tradition; Greek and Roman antiquity; Medieval Europe and the Reformation, emphasizing the political dimensions of this heritage.

A survey of American political life, with an emphasis on the U.S. Constitution, political parties and elections, voting behavior, the Presidency, Congress, U.S. Supreme Court, and current national problems.