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PSY 310 Integration of Psychology & Christianity (3 credits)

Course Description

An examination of the relationship between psychology and Christian beliefs about human nature. Topics involve the presuppositions of modern psychology, the Christian view of man and tension areas between psychology and theology.

Learning Results

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
• Demonstrate knowledge of the relationship of psychological science to theology
• Analyze and evaluate the assumptions and methods of modern psychology
• Discuss the relational patterns of psychology and theology
• Describe the limitations of psychological science
• Discover areas of faith and practice that might be strengthened through psychological science
• Describe the major models of integration of psychology and Christianity used by Christian psychologists
• Evaluate the major models of integration of psychology and Christianity used by Christian psychologists
• Think critically about the major tension areas between psychology and Christianity

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Learning Documentation

This course consists of 11 assignments and 2 projects.

Learning Evaluation

Each assignment and project must be completed and receive a passing score in order to complete the course. All requirements are worth 100 points each for a total of 1,300 points possible.

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