This perspective represents a recognition of the impact of the natural world on life and on human behavior and examines the impact of a technological society on the natural world.
|Areas of Knowledge: Natural World Perspective||6-8|
|Select two of the following courses: 1|
|Any Biology (BIO); Behavioral Neuroscience (BNS); Biochemistry (BCH); Chemistry (CHE); Environmental Sciences [ENV); Geological Sciences (GEO); Marine Sciences (MAR); or Physics (PHY) course.|
|The Science of Mental Illness 1|
|Sensation and Perception 1|
|Developmental Disabilities 1|
|Autism Spectrum Disorder 1|
|Health Psychology 1|
|Drugs and Human Behavior 1|
|Aging, Brain, and Cognition 1|
|Death, Dying and Suicide 1|
|Introduction to Sustainability Studies|
Students enrolled in Psychology (B.A.), Psychology - Online (B.A.) or Organizational Psychology (B.A.) degree programs may not use any PSY courses in the Natural World Perspective. to complete this requirement.