PSYC 358: Human-Animal Interactions

Program
Credits 3
Attributes
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Applied Minors
Anthrozoology, or Human-Animal Studies, is an emerging interdisciplinary field. This class will focus on the psychological ramifications of the interactions between human and non-human animals. Students will attempt to start understanding why people squeal over baby animals, salivate over meat, sob over the loss of pets, and more.

Prerequisites

PSYC 115 or PSYC 116 and PSYC 245, or Jr standing with major other than Psychology