Psychology is a behavioral science that studies the behavior of humans and nonhuman animals. Many people associate the term “psychology” with professionals who provide counseling services, but in actuality psychology is a broad field with many other specialties in addition to counseling psychology. In the Psychology LC, we will explore career options for students who are considering majoring in psychology. Students will work with other students and faculty who have interests in the field.
Psychology LC students typically register for the following courses for the fall semester:
- English Composition I: ENC 1101 or English Composition II: ENC 1102 (3 credits)
- Learning Strategies & Human Development: SLS 1503 (2 credits)
- Learning Community Experience: SLS 1412 (0 credit)
- General Psychology: PSY 1012 (3 credits)
- History of Earth and Life: GLY 2100 (3 credits)
- MATH Course. This will be based on your score on the ALEKS Math Placement Test (www.fau.edu/mathplacement).
Classes/Times/Days are subject to change.