Important: COVID-19 Updates

As we begin the implementation of Return to Campus plan, starting Saturday, August 8, the STEM, Culinary, and 162/168 Sip Ave. buildings will be closed for maintenance, cleaning and disinfection. We will inform the College community when the work has been completed. All other buildings are open as per RTC.


Message from HCCC President Reber on Return to Campus (July 23, 2020)

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HCCC Restart Plan (July 22, 2020)
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Coronavirus Updates (June 1, 2020)
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To get the latest updates, visit our Return to Campus Task Force page.


    • PSY-101 : Introduction to Psychology

      Academic Level:
      Undergraduate
      Department:
      Social Services
      Subject:
      Psychology
      Prerequisites:
      None
      Corequisites:
      None
      Credits:
      3
      This course is designed to present an overview of psychology. As an introduction to the field, students learn current perspectives and the methods used in psychology today. They become familiar with problems and general findings in the processes of sensation, perception, learning and memory, and consider issues related to language, thought, and intelligence. They focus, too, on understanding the connections between emotions, stress, and health, and examine current theories in developmental, personality, and abnormal psychology. Students are encouraged to apply psychological principles to personal and social concerns.