PERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY 20 (3 CR)

Summary of Course Content and Activities

This is a 3-credit course designed with 9 lessons. During the Summer Semester, that means students should be completing one lesson every other day. Personal Psychology provides an overview of psychological topics studied in post-secondary education, but taught with a textbook written from a Christian Perspective! Students will learn about God’s involvement in human personality & behaviour development, intelligence, as well as topics such as nature vs. nurture. The textbook for this course is called: Psychology a Christian Perspective.

Prerequisites

None

Schedule of Lessons

Lesson 1 ● Quiz Ch.1 What is Psychology?
Lesson 2 ● Quiz Ch.2 Christian Worldview
Lesson 3 ● Quiz Heredity
Lesson 4/5 ● Assignment Heredity
Lesson 6 ● Quiz Ch.4 Brain & Nervous
Lesson 7 ● Quiz Ch.5 Sensation & Perception
Lesson 8 ● Quiz Ch.8 Human Development
Lesson 9/10 ● Assignment Human Development
Lesson 11 ● Quiz Ch.10 Thinking…
Lesson 12 ● Quiz Ch.11 Personality
Lesson 13/14 ● Assignment Personality
Lesson 15/16 ● Final Project
Lesson 17/18 ● Course Evaluation

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • Psychology A Christian Perspective High School Edition, by Dr. Tim Rice

Description of student evaluations, quizzes and tests.

Lesson Quizzes: 30%
Assignments/Projects: 70%

 

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 20 (3 CR)

Summary of Course Content and Activities

CREDITS: 3

This introductory level course is designed to give students an overview of psychological topics studied in post-secondary education, but taught with a textbook written from a Christian Perspective! Students will learn about the history of psychology, God’s involvement in learning & memory processes, motivation, emotions, behaviour disorders & their treatments.

Prerequisites

None

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • Psychology A Christian Perspective High School Edition, by Dr. Tim Rice

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson

Designed to be completed in 9 weeks, with 3-4 hours per week.

Description of student evaluations, quizzes and tests.

  • There will be assignments, projects, quizzes, and a final exam.

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 35 (3 CR)

Summary of Course Content and Activities

CREDITS: 3

This is a 3-credit course designed to be completed in 9 weeks, however you have the full semester to complete it if needed. It provides an overview of abnormal behaviour and the conditions that affect individuals in our society. The sections in this course deal with views of abnormality, causal factors, and types of disorders, as well as assessment, prevention, and treatment. When you have completed the course, you should have a basic understanding of the major concepts in abnormal psychology and the complicated nature of psychological illness.


Please note that some of the content in this course is sensitive. Several mental illnesses result from abuse and trauma. Other mental illnesses result in behaviours that fall far outside the realm of what society considers acceptable. Information presented in this course is meant solely for educational purposes and is not intended to offend anyone.

Prerequisites

General Psychology 20 or Personal Psychology 20

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • Provided Online

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson

Designed to be completed in 9 weeks, with 3-4 hours per week.

Description of student evaluations, quizzes and tests.

  • There will be assignments, projects, quizzes, and a final exam.

School Notice

High School Enrollment/Withdrawal Deadline

- High School non primary registration closes Feb 29, 2024
- High School course withdrawal deadline is Feb 29, 2024.
After that date, there is a $200/course withdrawal fee