Social Psychology (SOP)

SOP2002  SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY  (3.00 Credits)

This course features the scientific study of social factors that influence individual behavior and cognition. Course topics include concepts of social thinking, attitudes, decision making, strategies of social influence, such as conformity, obedience, persuasion, social facilitation, and applications of social psychology in various academic disciplines and career fields. Combining a knowledge of Psychology, Sociology, and other behavioral sciences, this course is an interdisciplinary approach to the study of human interaction. SOP2002 is a writing credit course. Students must earn a minimum grade of C to meet the requirements of the Gordon Rule for writing. SOP2002 meets the International/Intercultural competency requirement.

Total Contact Hrs: 48.00
Lecture Hrs: 48.00