Texas Common Number: PSYC 2301
**This is a live synchronous online class that truly takes place TTH at 6:00pm, Central Standard Time. The deadline to receive credit was 3:00pm on September 3. Students can still register to audit the course.**
Led by two world-class, award-winning psychologists, this course provides an overview of modern day psychology in a lively, non-traditional classroom format. Students will explore human behavior, how the brain works, why some people are anxious while others are dare devils, and dozen of other topics related to human psychology. Guaranteed to make the student laugh while learning, this course promises to change the way people think about themselves and others. It is a revolutionary course that will be taught live and online through interesting exercises, small online discussions, and frequent questionnaires. To learn more, please click on the link to view the class website.
To attend the course, you must log onto the every Tuesday and Thursday at 6pm, Central Standard Time. There will be no midterm or final exam administered. The entire course grade will be based on daily benchmark quizzes and four online writing assignments. Students must be logged onto the class site at the beginning of class in order to take the daily quizzes.
There is no textbook for this course. All readings will come from online sources.
Official UT Course Description:
Basic problems and principles of human experience and behavior.
None for auditors. Those seeking college credit must demonstrate college readiness in reading by the twelfth class day and provide identity verification by November 15.
The University Extension section of this course is intended for those not currently enrolled at the University, so the course fee cannot be paid via flat rate tuition. Students already enrolled or planning to enroll at UT for the fall should enroll in one of the regular sections available through the UT Registrar: