PSYC 105

Assertive Behavior: Theory and Practice

3 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 1, 1998 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

This course deals with the origins of assertiveness training in behavior therapy and applies the theory of assertive behavior as a personal and professional growth tool for dealing with passive and aggressive behavior in oneself and others. Students apply concepts of assertiveness to personal, social and vocational life situations.

Learning outcomes

General

  • Student will be able to apply theories of assertiveness to personal, social, and professional life.
  • Student will develop an understanding of assertiveness as it relates to personal and professional development.
  • Student will learn theories of assertiveness.