This class is a study of various psychological disorders, their origins and available treatments. The course will utilize an integrative approach to consider biological, social, psychological, and spiritual of psychopathology. In addition to discussion of disorders, students will consider implications of diagnosing, will identify myths surrounding mental illness, and will be able to identify accurately incorrect information in media regarding specific disorders.
This course is a dual-listed course for optional graduate credit. Students with at least junior level status who are interested in pursuing graduate level coursework will have the option of completing these courses as undergraduate students with graduate level credit. Students should consult with faculty advisors to ensure accurate enrollment status.