Are you age 21 or older? Have you completed at least ESLE? Do you have 24 or more credits?
- Earn a high school credit and a college credit at the same time!
- Experience what College is like!
- Get help applying to OCAS and for OSAP
- Have OCAS application fee paid
Dates: February 27 to June 4, 2024 (Tuesday evenings)
Times: 5:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m., plus 2 to 3 hours asynchronous work each week
Location: Seneca College (synchronous online)
Course Name: Applied Psychology of Learning and Careers (HBF4T/PSY191)
Course Description: This course examines selected theories, research and applied forms of psychology as well as the development of the discipline. It is designed for students in the Liberal Arts Program, and, in combination with Foundations of Psychology II, will provide an introduction to the discipline, preparing students for ongoing study in the field. Students will also gain an appreciative understanding of psychology's diversity, the history and nature of the discipline, and its relevance to some of the more interesting contemporary issues in our world. Through lectures, readings, discussions, and assignments, this course will introduce students to some of the research methods, theories, major figures and perspectives found in psychology. The course emphasizes the development of critical thinking skills, facilitates the practical application of student learning, and promotes the integration of course materials into students' understanding of themselves and their world.