PSYC 410  - Abnormal Psychology at Cañada College for Fall 2017 (CRN :  94407)


PSYC 410 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (C-ID PSY 120)

Units (Grade Option) 3; Class Hours: 48-54 lecture hours/semester; Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 100; Prerequisite(s): None.

Description: Introduces the scientific study of psychopathology and atypical behaviors, broadly defined. Students investigate abnormal behavior from a variety of perspectives including biological, psychological, and sociocultural approaches. An integrative survey of theory and research in abnormal behavior, and intervention and prevention strategies for psychological disorders are also introduced. Transfer: CSU: DSI, UC. (IGETC: 4)


This course is offered online and it is recommended you complete a short self-assessment to ensure readiness before taking an online course. http://www.smccd.edu/degateway/self_assessment.php

Cañada College MAP                          Department: Psychology                          Number of Units: 3       

Textbook: View textbook in Bookstore

IGETC: 4I-Psychology - Canada

CSU:   D9-Psychology - Canada







Section Information as of Tuesday, October 17th 2017 - 04:24:06 am

This course is a HYBRID COURSE

This class will meet on Tuesdays from 8:10 am – 9:25 am in the classroom. The rest of the instruction will be delivered online. Students MUST have access to the internet and a computer. For more information, please contact Professor Ami Smith at Email:smithami@smccd.edu

Special Section Fees:

Fee Description Type Amount
Book-Inclusive Digital Acc-CAN Flat Fee $69

Instructor Email: smithami@smccd.edu.

Instructor Meeting Date Meeting Time Days Building Room Section Session
Smith,A 08/22-12/05 8:10am-9:25am Tuesday 13 0110 HAA Lecture and/or Discussion
Smith,A 08/22-12/05 TBA ONLN HAA Online




Critical Dates for this Course
Last day to add class: 29-AUG-2017
Last day to drop with a refund: 29-AUG-2017
Last day to drop without a "W": 04-SEP-2017
Last day to drop with a "W": 15-NOV-2017



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