This course is defined as a brief study of behavior and thought processes. The student will differentiate and discuss theories of personality, motivation, and psychological disorders. Leading figures in psychological research and therapy are examined. In addition, the student will recognize factors in a healthy self-image and social relationships with others. This course will rely on case studies, interactive modules, research papers, and projects to express content mastery. Ethos offers dual credit through Colorado Christian University. CCU issues a 3 hour credit of General Psychology (PSY 101) for this Ethos course.