1 270 Department of sychology Department of sychology Chairperson: Kazarian, Shahe S. rofessors: Dietrich, Arne; Kazarian, Shahe S. Associate rofessor: Harb, Charles W. Assistant rofessors: El-Jamil, Tima; Najjar Daou, Nidal K.; Slobodenyuk, Nadia; Lecturer: Awaida, May A.K. Instructors: Ayanian, Arin; Bassil, Margaret W.; Boyadjian, Maral; Estefane, Karen; Ghannoum, Hana K. The Department of sychology offers programs leading to a BA degree in psychology, and to an MA degree in psychology. BA in sychology Mission Statement The discipline of psychology is dedicated to increasing the scientific understanding of behavior and mental processes at the intrapersonal, interpersonal and group level, and to the application of that understanding to enhance the functioning of individuals, groups, and society. In line with this mission, the Undergraduate rogram in sychology has a threefold mission: to advance and transmit knowledge related to the nature of psychological processes and functioning, to provide a strong foundation in the basic knowledge and skills necessary for research in psychology, and to sensitize students to the applications of psychology in the wider community. This mission embodies the main elements of AUB s mission which are to foster freedom of thought, respect for diversity, critical thinking, personal integrity, and civic engagement. Requirements for a BA degree in sychology Admission to the psychology program requires a grade of 70 or more in SYC 101 or SYC 201, minimum grade of 70 in ENGL 203 and ENGL 204, and a cumulative average above 70 for transfers. For purposes of meeting departmental admission requirements, students are not permitted to take SYC 101 or SYC 201 more than twice. While completing SYC 101 qualifies a student to meet one of the admission requirements to the major, 100 level courses will not be counted towards a major requirement. rospective majors who obtain a grade below 60 in SYC 101 or SYC 201 will not be permitted to take the course a second time for the purpose of meeting the departmental admission requirements. Requirements for majors include SYC 101 or SYC 201, SYC 280, SYC 282, SYC 284, and SYC 288. In addition to these required courses, the student must select eight courses from the following categories: Category 1 (3 out art time
2 Department of sychology 271 of 4 are required, but all can be taken for credit)(9): SYC 210(3), SYC 212(3) SYC 214(3) or SYC 215(3), and SYC 216(3); Category 2 (3 out of 4 are required, but all can be taken for credit) (9): SYC 220(3), SYC 222(3), SYC 224(3), and SYC 226(3) or SYC 228(3); Category 3 (the remainder are electives)(6): SYC 230(3), SYC 232(3), SYC 234(3), SYC 236(3), SYC 240(3), and SYC 290(3) and courses in Category 1 and 2 not already chosen. In addition to these required courses, the student must complete CMS 206. If exempted from CMS 206, students should take 3 credits in Quantitative Thought numbered 200 or above. Also required are 6 credits in natural sciences. A biology course is recommended. The requirements for a BA degree in sychology are 90 credits for students entering the department at the sophomore level, including 39 credits in the major. The distribution of university requirements is as follows: University Requirements University Language requirements: English (6 cr) and Arabic (3 cr). University General Education requirements: Humanities (12 cr) including 6 credits from CVS, Natural Sciences (6 cr), Social Sciences (3 cr), and Quantitative Thought (3 cr). Also note that the Social Science must be an approved General Education course from outside the major. A minor in psychology requires 15 credits: SYC 101 or SYC 201, SYC 280, plus three electives from SYC A cognitive science minor requires 15 credits. SYC 228 is required. SYC 228 cannot be counted as a psychology course for the purpose of this requirement. The remaining 12 credits must be chosen from the following courses: SYC 220, SYC 224, SYC 226, SYC 280, and SYC 290; HIL 221, 222, 223, 257, 258; ENGL 227, 230, 232, 246; EDUC 215, 221, 225, 290, 290F; CMS 287; and BIOL 243, 290F, 290AF-1, 290T-1, on condition that the 12 credits chosen span three of the five disciplines. Only 3 credits of the 15 credits taken for the minor may count toward the student s major. Courses SYC 101 Freshman Introduction to sychological Science 3.0; 3 cr. A survey of the principles and concepts of modern psychological science. Emphasis is placed on critically examining empirical research investigating human behavior and mental processes. Students who take this course cannot get credit for SYC 201. Each semester. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 102. SYC 201 Introduction to sychological Science 3.0; 3 cr. A survey of the principles and findings of modern psychological science. Emphasis is placed on critically examining empirical research investigating human behavior and mental processes. Students who receive credit for SYC 101 cannot receive credit for SYC 201. Each semester. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 202.
3 272 Department of sychology SYC 210 Lifespan Developmental sychology 3.0; 3 cr. A course on psychological development from the prenatal period to late adulthood. Students who receive credit for EDUC 225 cannot receive credit for SYC 210. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 229. SYC 212 Social sychology 3.0; 3 cr. A course on the scientific study of how individuals think, feel, and behave in regard to other people, and how individuals thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are affected by other people. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 211. SYC 214 Adult Abnormal sychology 3.0; 3 cr. An introduction to the research, history, and theories of abnormal behavior in adults and a critical examination of the definition, classification, prevalence, etiology and treatment of adult abnormal behavior. Topics covered include anxiety, post-traumatic stress, depression, mania, borderline personality, substance abuse, schizophrenia, and sexual abnormalities. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 217. SYC 215 Child Abnormal sychology 3.0; 3 cr. An introduction to the psychological disorders of childhood and adolescence, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, conduct disorders, autism, mood and anxiety disorders. The course begins with an understanding of abnormal behavior and proceeds to cover symptomatology, the major theories of causality, and treatment interventions. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. SYC 216 ersonality sychology 3.0; 3 cr. An introduction to the research, theories, and measurement of personality with a critical examination of the influence of personality on behavior. The course surveys biological, psychodynamic, trait, humanistic, behavioral, social learning, and cognitive perspectives to the understanding of human personality and their application to individuals and organizations. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 225. SYC 220 sychology of Learning and Behavior 3.0; 3 cr. A course on the principles of learning and behavior. The psychology of learning, or behavioral psychology, introduces students to the psychology of learning and behavior analysis by examining the classical and operant (instrumental) conditioning paradigms, from an experimental perspective. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 221. SYC 222 Behavioral Neuroscience 3.0; 3 cr. An introduction to the neural basis of the mind and behavior. The course surveys the structure and organization of the human brain and examines how complex behavior and mental processes arise from it. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Registration for SYC 222 is not open to Biology students, who may register for the cross-listed course, BIOL 243. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 237. SYC 224 Sensation and erception 3.0; 3 cr. A course on how humans sense and perceive the environment. Topics covered include the anatomy and physiology of the sensory systems, types of stimuli affecting sensory systems, higher perceptual processing, and current knowledge and theories of our perceptual abilities. The course also emphasizes the relationships between perceptual processes and other higher cognitive functions. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 219.
4 Department of sychology 273 SYC 226 Cognitive sychology 3.0; 3 cr. An introduction to human cognitive processes, including perception, attention, memory, language, imagery, categorization, problem solving, reasoning and decision-making. These cognitive processes are examined with regard to human brain functioning. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 233. SYC 228 Introduction to Cognitive Science 3.0; 3 cr. An introduction to the interdisciplinary study of cognitive science which involves research about the workings of the mind from the fields of psychology, linguistics, philosophy, education, computer science, neuroscience, anthropology, engineering, and others. The course aims to provide students with an appreciation for the range of disciplinary perspectives and methods, and the applications of cognitive science to everyday life. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 251. SYC 230 Clinical sychology 3.0; 3 cr. An introduction to the history and development of the science and practice of clinical psychology with a critical examination of training models, approaches to clinical problems, methods of assessment, choice of empirically validated interventions, prevention strategies and career opportunities. The course surveys clinical and research activities (assessment, therapy, and consultation), settings (clinical, hospital, school, court, and private practice), and professional issues (roles, ethics, and laws). rerequisite: SYC 214 or SYC 215. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 239. SYC 232 Health sychology 3.0; 3 cr. An introduction to the field of health psychology with a critical examination of the biopsychosocial model of health and the ecological model of health outcomes. The course explores the impact of five systems on individual health outcomes: the individual (including physiology), the family/ community, physical and social environments, healthcare systems and health policy. A variety of infectious diseases and chronic illnesses will be used to illustrate the roles of these systems in explaining health. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 241. SYC 234 ositive sychology 3.0; 3 cr. An introduction to the history and development of the scientific study of positive experiences, positive traits, and positive institutions with a critical examination of the field s theoretical and philosophical assumptions, methods of assessment, and applications to promote personal growth and fulfillment. The course surveys such topics as personal strengths, optimism, resilience, gratitude, forgiveness, humor, love, sexual intimacy, emotional intelligence, happiness, life satisfaction, and the ability to create positive environments. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 242. SYC 236 Culture and sychology 3.0; 3 cr. The course aims to sensitize students to the importance of culture in psychological processes, and focuses on indigenous, cultural, and cross-cultural psychological theories and findings. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 247. SYC 240 Special Topics in sychology 3.0; 3 cr. A course that provides a general overview of an area of psychology that is not normally covered by the department s offerings. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 235.
5 274 Department of sychology SYC 280 History and Systems of sychology 3.0; 3 cr. A course that examines the philosophical foundations of psychology. There is special emphasis on the historical development of scientific conceptions of human behavior and mental processes in the context of contemporary psychological systems. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Each semester. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 227. SYC 282 Research Design in sychology 3.0; 3 cr. This course is the first part of the required research sequence for students majoring in psychology. It provides students with a solid foundation in the basic quantitative research methods and design, addresses ethical issues and validity in psychological research, and introduces students to statistical analyses that will be needed for SYC 284, SYC 290, and other research-related courses. rerequisite: SYC 201 or SYC 101. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 213. SYC 284 Statistical Analyses in sychology 3.0; 3 cr. This course is the second part of the required research sequence for students majoring in psychology. It introduces the student to bivariate and multivariate statistical analyses in psychological research and combines lectures and SSS-based Lab sessions. rerequisite: SYC 282. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 223. SYC 288 Undergraduate Seminar in sychology 3.0; 3 cr. A review of significant research in major areas in psychology. rerequisites: SYC 282 and senior standing. re- or co-requisite: SYC 284. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 293. SYC 290 Undergraduate Research roject in sychology 3.0; 3 cr. This course requires students to plan, conduct, and write up a full empirical study. The course is meant to build upon and further develop the research and data analysis skills acquired in the required research sequence courses. rerequisite: SYC 282 and SYC 284 or consent of the department. A minimum grade of 75 in both SYC 282 and SYC 284 is required. Annually. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 243. SYC 292 Senior Tutorial in sychology 3.0; 3 cr. rerequisites: SYC 282 and 284, senior standing, and a minimum average of 80 in the major. Offered on request. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 291. SYC 298 Directed Study in sychology 3 6 cr. A tutorial course offered to psychology students with an average of 85 or above in their major at the beginning of their senior year. This tutorial consists of independent research, original creative compositions, or directed reading, and includes the presentation of a report or thesis on the work. Students with averages lower than 85 may be admitted to directed study at the discretion of the department. Offered on request. rior to Fall semester , listed as SYC 299.
6 Department of sychology Credits in SYC 1 Modes of Analysis Lecture Courses ( ) Seminar (3) Laboratory (6) Research roject (3) English and Arabic (9) Required Arabic course: ARAB 201A or any General Education Arabic communication skills (3) Required English courses: ENGL 203(3), 204(3) Humanities (12) Required credits in the humanities: 12 credits including 6 credits from CVS Social Sciences (39) Required SYC courses (15): SYC 101(3) or SYC 201(3), 280(3), 282(3), 284(3), 288(3) and eight courses from the following three categories (24): Category 1 (3 out of 4 are required (9): SYC 210(3), 212(3),214(3) or215(3), 216(3); Category 2 (3 out of 4 are required (9): 220(3), 222(3), 224(3),226(3) or 228(3); Category 3 (two electives) (6): SY (3),232(3), 234(3), 236(3),240(3), and 290(3), and courses in Category 1 and 2 not already chosen. Required (3): SYC 288(3) 2 Required (3): SYC 282(3), 284(3) Required (3): SYC 212(3), 214(3), 216(3), 226(3), 220(3), 232(3), 240(3), 282(3), 284(3), 290(3) Natural Sciences (6) Two natural science courses (3) numbered 200 and above. (A BIOL course is recommended.) Quantitative Thought (3) Required: 1. CMS 206(3) CMS 206(3) Social Science Outside Major Required: 1. (3) 1 lus 21 free elective credits 2 SOAN courses count towards the SOAN major as well as the Anthropology and Sociology minors as described on pp. 277.
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