PSYC 104

Self-actualization and Interpersonal Effectiveness

3 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 1, 1998 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

This course emphasizes the application of social psychology to human development in the private and professional areas. It examines the theoretical characteristic of self-actualization and the typical practices people use for actualizing their potential and effectively managing interpersonal relationships in social and professional settings. It focuses on contemporary behavioral scientists' work to gain theoretical understanding and practical methods for achieving goals in these areas.

Learning outcomes


  • Can apply the theories of development to improve self-understanding.
  • Will be able to effectively apply the theories from class to personal and professional goal achievement.
  • Will understand the theories of human development as they related to self.