Program Learning Outcomes
Explain the theories and empirical studies of information processing, language, intelligence, motivation, emotion, learning, and memory.
Discriminate between normal and abnormal development and behavior including psychopathology.
Explain the theories and research in social cognition and personality, including attraction, the self, individual differences, and group behavior.
Evaluate the different approaches to treatment, including counseling and psychopharmacology, and the supportive systems that administer these treatments.
Apply the scientific method to theoretical inquiry and real-world problems while identifying the different research methodologies used in each theoretical approach to human cognition and behavior and drawing sound inferences from data with ethical research standards.
Explain the application of behavioral science to the workplace, including group dynamics, organizational behavior, conflict, and diversity.