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495 Research in Cognitive Neuroscience

Research in Cognitive Neuroscience (21:830:495:T1:03972)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Staff
Credits: BA
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

By permission only.

409 Special Problems in Psychology: Human Sexuality

Special Problems in Psychology: Human Sexuality (21:830:409:H1:05941)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Jacobson
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course description coming soon.

375 Community Psychology

Community Psychology (21:830:375:H1:04272)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Ross
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course description coming soon.

338 Forensic Psychology

Forensic Psychology (21:830:338:H5:11915)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Vega
Location: Canvas
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

During interactive classes we will explore various aspects of forensic psychology. For example, criminal psychology, profiling, psychopathologies in offenders, screening and selection of potential law enforcement agents, investigative psychology, the role of psychologists in adult and juvenile proceedings and sentencing, child custody evaluations, and correctional psychology in institutions and in the community.

330 Psychology of Learning

Psychology of Learning (21:830:330:H1:04265)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Maghan
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Explores the key principles and research involved in learning. Learning can be seen as an adaptive strategy to deal with variations in the environment. Learning processes are thus ubiquitous in the human and animal worlds, influencing a host of behavioral and cognitive skills. The course examines behaviorist, cognitive, and neuroscientific approaches to the problem of learning and seeks to integrate these perspectives into a coherent, unified theoretical framework.

211 STATISTICS I

Statistics I (21:640:211:H1:12420)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Sood
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Principles, methods, and application of statistical methodology; includes frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and dispersion, simple probability, sampling, regression and correlation analysis, curve fitting, and tests of significance. Applications to natural and social sciences.

109 College Algebra for Science & Business

College Algebra for Science & Business (21:640:109:B3:12437)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Patel
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Designed for students who intend to major or minor in one of the physical sciences, mathematics, or economics. The course covers functions and operations of functions, operations on polynomials, fractions, solution of linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, graphing of linear and quadratic functions, solution of word problems, functions, polynomial and rational functions, inverse functions, systems of linear equations, algebra of matrices, and series.

292 Social Foundations in Urban Education

Social Foundations in Urban Education (21:300:292:B6:12230)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: MW, 4:00pm - 7:45pm
Instructor: Owens
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Through engagement with the scholarly field of social foundations (history, philosophy, and sociology of education), this course examines the relationship between urban schools and society. Attention is given to the ideal relationship between democracy and urban schooling, the current obstacles to realizing this relationship, and an opportunity to craft your stand on this relationship as a future teacher. This course employs multiple pedagogical orientations, including aspects of the following: democratic, feminist, libratory, and transformative pedagogies.  Course requires 15 field hours.

Prerequisites: Grades of B in two English composition courses (101 and 102).

102 Introduction to Economics, Macro

Introduction to Economics, Macro (21:220:102:B7:12008)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: TTh, 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Instructor: Staff
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Major issues confronting the American economy; the nature of our private enterprise system, the role of government, the influence of the banking system, the problem of controlling inflation and deflation, and the requisites for a high level of national income and employment and a rising standard of living.

Meets Newark Campus Core Curriculum Social Sciences Requirement.

110 World of Chemistry Laboratory

World of Chemistry Laboratory (21:160:110:B3:12404)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: TTh, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Instructor: Chaffee
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 1
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course Information Coming Soon.

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