Advanced Placement Psychology A/B

The Advanced Placement Psychology course is intended to provide the scope and level of academic accomplishment expected in an introductory college level psychology course. In addition, the aim is to instill knowledge, skills, and attitudes to apply to one’s own life. Topics adressed in this course include psychological disorders and therapy, motivation and emotion, social psychology, sensation and perception, human development, personality, memory, intelligence, and consciousness. 

Course Subject
Course Number
SS525 A/B
Grade Level
Grades 11-12
Course Duration
Full Year, weighted 5.0
Course Credit
Prerequisite: Application required including Social Studies teacher recommendation.