1. Key assumptions of psychology, religion, and spirituality
Students will define psychology, religion, and spirituality and compare and contrast their key assumptions.
Measurement: Multiple choice/Analytic essays.
2. Critical examination of perspectives
Students will critically examine the implications of psychological perspectives on religion and spirituality, as well as the implications of religious and spiritual perspectives on psychology.
Measurement: Analytic essays.
3. Alternative perspectives
Students will identify alternative psychological, religious, and spiritual perspectives, examine their assumptions, and consider the value of their alternative implications to the relationship between these three worldviews.
Measurement: Multiple choice/Analytical essays.
4. Critical examination of one's own assumptions
Students will critically examine their own assumptions about the relationship between psychology, religion, and spirituality.
Measurement: Analytical essays.