PSYC 180

Social Psychology (PSYC 180)

Social Psychology

Credits Contact Hours
3.0 3.0

Course Description

Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in ENGL 115 or satisfactory test score, concurrent enrollment allowed. Social Psychology is the scientific study of how individuals think, influence, and related to one another. The goal of this course is to introduce students to the fundamental theories and research methods prevalent within the field of Social Psychology, the branch of psychology concerned with the origin of social interactions, as well as their effects on the individual. Topics explored in this course include, but are not limited to: social cognition, attitudes, conformity, altruism and prosocial behavior, stereotyping and prejudice, conflict and aggression, persuasion and power, obedience and group dynamics, decision making, social identity, and self-concept formation. [Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring]

The information shown below is a guide to provide a general idea of course availability and is not meant to be used to plan your full schedule. Information may vary slightly from what is listed. For full course details please use the more robust course search in SMC Wired or consult an academic advisor.

Day Time Campus Method Building
01/26/2021 - 01/26/2021 02:20 PM - 04:20 PM Dowagiac Hybrid Foster W Daugherty Building-703

Social Psychology

Credits Contact Hours
3.0 3.0

Course Description

Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in ENGL 115 or satisfactory test score, concurrent enrollment allowed. Social Psychology is the scientific study of how individuals think, influence, and related to one another. The goal of this course is to introduce students to the fundamental theories and research methods prevalent within the field of Social Psychology, the branch of psychology concerned with the origin of social interactions, as well as their effects on the individual. Topics explored in this course include, but are not limited to: social cognition, attitudes, conformity, altruism and prosocial behavior, stereotyping and prejudice, conflict and aggression, persuasion and power, obedience and group dynamics, decision making, social identity, and self-concept formation. [Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring]

The information shown below is a guide to provide a general idea of course availability and is not meant to be used to plan your full schedule. Information may vary slightly from what is listed. For full course details please use the more robust course search in SMC Wired or consult an academic advisor.

Day Time Campus Method Building

Social Psychology

Credits Contact Hours
3.0 3.0

Course Description

Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in ENGL 115, ENGL 103W, ENGL 103, or ENGL 104, or satisfactory test scores placing into ENGL 103W or higher. Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 115 allowed. Social Psychology is the scientific study of how individuals think, influence, and related to one another. The goal of this course is to introduce students to the fundamental theories and research methods prevalent within the field of Social Psychology, the branch of psychology concerned with the origin of social interactions, as well as their effects on the individual. Topics explored in this course include, but are not limited to: social cognition, attitudes, conformity, altruism and prosocial behavior, stereotyping and prejudice, conflict and aggression, persuasion and power, obedience and group dynamics, decision making, social identity, and self-concept formation. [Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring]

The information shown below is a guide to provide a general idea of course availability and is not meant to be used to plan your full schedule. Information may vary slightly from what is listed. For full course details please use the more robust course search in SMC Wired or consult an academic advisor.

Day Time Campus Method Building
09/14/2021 - 09/14/2021 02:20 PM - 04:20 PM Dowagiac Hybrid Foster W Daugherty Building-709