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Fall 2016 Semester Courses

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809-159 Abnormal Psychology

Gain an introduction to the study of the varieties of abnormal behavior with a survey of the types of disorders such as major personality disturbances, criminally related disorders, neuroses and psychotic conditions, mood, anxiety and substance abuse disorders, among others. Social effects and current psychotherapeutic techniques will be discussed.

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Offering number: 809-159-001

Prerequisite(s): COMPASS-Reading Skills or 858-775 Reading - Program Readiness or 838-105 Intro Reading & Study Skills or TABE Advanced Reading or Accuplacer Reading Comprehensi or College Proficiency - Reading or ASSET-Reading Skills or COMPASS/ESL - Reading or ACT-Reading
CRN: 12806
Tuition/fee: $425.55
Seats Open: 9
Instructor: DuBois, Robert S
Dates: 08/24/16-12/20/16
Times: 12:00am-12:00am

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