Designed as the capstone for the psychology major, students survey the history of psychology within the context of Christianity. Students focus on major theorists and their ideas in relation to the historical context and current psychological issues. Particular attention is given to Biblical and psychological approaches to different aspects of human functioning, including points of agreement and conflict between these approaches. Students will produce a capstone project as the culmination of this course. Prerequisites: PSYC100 - General Psychology and senior standing within the major/minor.
PSYC475 is a 3 credit course.