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PSY 2301 — Educational Psychology 3 Credit hours  3 Contact hours

Examines major theories of human development and learning, motivation, instructional strategies, assessment, and similarities and differences in learners are examined. The role of factors in the student's environment that influence student's learning and development are considered. Research literature will serve as the foundation for course exploration.
Transfer: TAG, TM.
Prerequisites: PSY 1010.

Education Concentration

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...OTM/TAG) 3 PSY 2200 Social Psychology (OTM/TAG) 3 PSY 2301 Educational Psychology (OTM...

English Writing/Literature Concentration

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...OTM/TAG) 3 PSY 2200 Social Psychology (OTM/TAG) 3 PSY 2301 Educational Psychology (OTM...

History Concentration

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...OTM/TAG) 3 PSY 2200 Social Psychology (OTM/TAG) 3 PSY 2301 Educational Psychology (OTM...

Sociology Concentration

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...OTM/TAG) 3 PSY 2200 Social Psychology (OTM/TAG) 3 PSY 2301 Educational Psychology (OTM...

Associate of Arts Degree

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...OTM/TAG) 3 PSY 2200 Social Psychology (OTM/TAG) 3 PSY 2301 Educational Psychology (OTM...