Developmental Psychology is the study of how individuals become more advanced and effective as they age, and focuses on the process of BECOMING (how people become who and what they are) as opposed to BEING (the current state of who and what people are).

So welcome to the study of who you were, who you are, and who you will be.

Abnormal Psychology is the scientific study whose objectives are to describe, explain, predict, and treat behaviors that are considered strange or unusual.  Its subject matter ranges from the bizarre and spectacular acts that are reported in the media to the more prevalent behaviors such as anxiety, depression, and substance abuse.  

This is a basic course in sociology designed to help the student better understand the interrelations of group behavior. The main objective of this course is to teach the student about the interaction and interrelationship between man, society, social behavior, human nature, and problems related thereto. In other words, why do we do the things we do, and why can't we all just get along?