BA | Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

CalSouthern’s Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Courses

The online psychology courses that comprise the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree program at CalSouthern are listed below.  In addition to a selection of general education courses, the program includes required and elective psychology courses as well as general electives.

Required Core Courses

Lower Division Courses

PSY 2311 Alcohol, Drugs, Family and Culture

Credits : 3
This course is an exploration of the history and origins of alcoholism and drug addiction that examines the patterns and progression of addiction as well as the stages of the disease. Learners will examine historical, societal, cultural, psychological, behavioral and familial perspectives of substance use and abuse. Emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the aspects of the various treatment and prevention programs along with the recognition of the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction on family dynamics.

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Upper Division Courses

PSY 2311 Alcohol, Drugs, Family and Culture

Credits : 3
This course is an exploration of the history and origins of alcoholism and drug addiction that examines the patterns and progression of addiction as well as the stages of the disease. Learners will examine historical, societal, cultural, psychological, behavioral and familial perspectives of substance use and abuse. Emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the aspects of the various treatment and prevention programs along with the recognition of the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction on family dynamics.

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Psychology Elective Courses

PSY 2311 Alcohol, Drugs, Family and Culture

Credits : 3
This course is an exploration of the history and origins of alcoholism and drug addiction that examines the patterns and progression of addiction as well as the stages of the disease. Learners will examine historical, societal, cultural, psychological, behavioral and familial perspectives of substance use and abuse. Emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the aspects of the various treatment and prevention programs along with the recognition of the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction on family dynamics.

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General Education

English

Lower Division

PSY 2311 Alcohol, Drugs, Family and Culture

Credits : 3
This course is an exploration of the history and origins of alcoholism and drug addiction that examines the patterns and progression of addiction as well as the stages of the disease. Learners will examine historical, societal, cultural, psychological, behavioral and familial perspectives of substance use and abuse. Emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the aspects of the various treatment and prevention programs along with the recognition of the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction on family dynamics.

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Upper Division

PSY 2311 Alcohol, Drugs, Family and Culture

Credits : 3
This course is an exploration of the history and origins of alcoholism and drug addiction that examines the patterns and progression of addiction as well as the stages of the disease. Learners will examine historical, societal, cultural, psychological, behavioral and familial perspectives of substance use and abuse. Emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the aspects of the various treatment and prevention programs along with the recognition of the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction on family dynamics.

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Humanities

Lower Division

PSY 2311 Alcohol, Drugs, Family and Culture

Credits : 3
This course is an exploration of the history and origins of alcoholism and drug addiction that examines the patterns and progression of addiction as well as the stages of the disease. Learners will examine historical, societal, cultural, psychological, behavioral and familial perspectives of substance use and abuse. Emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the aspects of the various treatment and prevention programs along with the recognition of the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction on family dynamics.

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Upper Division

PSY 2311 Alcohol, Drugs, Family and Culture

Credits : 3
This course is an exploration of the history and origins of alcoholism and drug addiction that examines the patterns and progression of addiction as well as the stages of the disease. Learners will examine historical, societal, cultural, psychological, behavioral and familial perspectives of substance use and abuse. Emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the aspects of the various treatment and prevention programs along with the recognition of the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction on family dynamics.

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Math

Lower Division

PSY 2311 Alcohol, Drugs, Family and Culture

Credits : 3
This course is an exploration of the history and origins of alcoholism and drug addiction that examines the patterns and progression of addiction as well as the stages of the disease. Learners will examine historical, societal, cultural, psychological, behavioral and familial perspectives of substance use and abuse. Emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the aspects of the various treatment and prevention programs along with the recognition of the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction on family dynamics.

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Natural Science

Lower Division

PSY 2311 Alcohol, Drugs, Family and Culture

Credits : 3
This course is an exploration of the history and origins of alcoholism and drug addiction that examines the patterns and progression of addiction as well as the stages of the disease. Learners will examine historical, societal, cultural, psychological, behavioral and familial perspectives of substance use and abuse. Emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the aspects of the various treatment and prevention programs along with the recognition of the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction on family dynamics.

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Upper Division

PSY 2311 Alcohol, Drugs, Family and Culture

Credits : 3
This course is an exploration of the history and origins of alcoholism and drug addiction that examines the patterns and progression of addiction as well as the stages of the disease. Learners will examine historical, societal, cultural, psychological, behavioral and familial perspectives of substance use and abuse. Emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the aspects of the various treatment and prevention programs along with the recognition of the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction on family dynamics.

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Social Science

Lower Division

PSY 2311 Alcohol, Drugs, Family and Culture

Credits : 3
This course is an exploration of the history and origins of alcoholism and drug addiction that examines the patterns and progression of addiction as well as the stages of the disease. Learners will examine historical, societal, cultural, psychological, behavioral and familial perspectives of substance use and abuse. Emphasis is placed on the evaluation of the aspects of the various treatment and prevention programs along with the recognition of the effects of alcoholism and drug addiction on family dynamics.

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