Statistics with Computer ApplicationsPSYC 209 02Fall 2017PROFESSOR/CLASS INFORMATIONGrace Kim, M.A.Title: Statistics with Computer ApplicationCourse Code/#: PSYC 209 02Term: Fall 2018Class Days/Time: R 10:30am – 1:20pm Location: Talbot East 107Credit Hours/Units: 3 unitsOffice Phone: 562.903.4738Office Location: Rose HallOffice Hours: By appointmentMeetings with Professor: Schedule through emailE-Mail: [email protected]Admin Assistant: Mary Ann Brizuela, x4738Dept: Shannon Maxwell x5757School Website: Statistics Tutor: Andrea Johnson Teaching Assistant: Andrew Bustos ([email protected]) ([email protected])DISABILITY SERVICESStudents desiring accommodations on the basis of physical, learning, or psychological disability for this class are to contact Disability Services. Disability services is located in the Learning Center (upstairs in the Biola Library) and can be reached by calling 562.906.4542 or extension 4542 from on campus.NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICYThe University deplores the unfair treatment of individuals based on race, gender, socio-economic status, age, physical disability, or cultural differences, regardless whether such treatment is intentional or simply resultant from careless or insensitive behavior.Rather, employees and members of the student body should embrace the expectation of Scripture to love God with all their being and their neighbors as themselves.BIOLA UNIVERSITY MISSION STATEMENTTRUTH~TRANSFORMATION~TESTIMONYThe mission of Biola University is biblically-centered education, scholarship, and service; equipping men and women inmind and character to impact the world for the Lord Jesus Christ. SCHOOL OR PROGRAM MISSION/VISION STATEMENT1
Biola’s Undergraduate Psychology Department’s mission is aligned with that of the University: Biblically centered education, scholarship and service—equipping psychologists in mind and character to impact the world for the Lord Jesus Christ. The objectives of the Psychology Department’s programs are as follows:1. Training in psychology. The objective is to provide the foundations appropriate for further learning whether in graduate school, other vocational training, or in general living.