PSYC 305 - History and Systems
The History and Systems of Psychology course will introduce students to key figures and their ideas which have contributed to the growth and progress within the field.
This course attempts to describe this progression both within the scientific community as well as within the social climate (zeitgeist).
By the end of this course, students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the origins of modern systems and schools of thought in Psychology.
Students will develop their critical thinking skills in order to distinguish which theories and ideas promoted scientific and therapeutic growth from those rooted in racism and sexism.
- Summer I (May 10 - June 23, 2021)
- Fall (September 7 - December 6, 2021)
- Winter (January 6 - April 13, 2022)
Undergraduate, 3 credits
There is no access fee for this course.
Concordia students must register for this course in their MyConcordia portal. It is strongly recommended that they consult Concordia's class schedule prior to enrolling in order to be aware of any registration restrictions (see the notes).
Once registered, students must then sign up for an eConcordia account to access the course material.
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