This is our catalog of courses. We will occasionally adjust the course listing to reflect the addition of new courses and the retirement of others. 

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Modern Psychology

Learn the cultural impact of Freudian, Jungian, and other modern psychological theories; psychometrics; and recent Catholic psychology from a theological perspective.

Total classes: 24 (twice a week for 12 weeks)

Prerequisite: Introduction to Psychology

Suggested grade level: 11th to 12th

Suggested credit: 1 full semester Psychology or Philosophy


This course examines important psychological theories from various influential modern psychologists. As before, topics will be looked at from a fairly philosophical and theological perspective. Not only will various psychological systems within the Catholic tradition be studied and discussed, we will also be taking a critical look at some problematic psychological systems that have had a significant cultural impact on society.

Parents should note that mature themes will be touched on in one or two classes when we discuss Sigmund Freud’s highly influential, yet discredited, theory of psychosexual development.


Week 1 through 3 – Early Modern Psychology

Week 4 through 5 – Freudian Psychology

Week 6 – Adlerian Psychology

Week 7 through 8 – Jungian Psychology

Week 9 – Psychometrics

Week 10 through 11 – Modern Catholic Psychology

Week 12 – Miscellaneous Psychology

Materials and Homework

Course materials: All materials provided FREE by the instructor as downloadable PDF files.

Homework: Homework will involve periodic automated quizzes involving fill-in-the-blank and short essay questions, a comprehensive exam, occasional readings, and an optional research paper. Expect to spend 1 to 2 hours per week outside of the classroom on homework.

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