Bunker Hill Community College Offers College Course in North Quincy
Monday, November 23, 2015
Beginning in January Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) will offer an introductory psychology course for college credit in North Quincy.
“BHCC draws many students from this community,” said Nuri Chandler-Smith, Dean of Academic Support and College Pathways Programs. “Locating courses in the communities where our current and potential students live, work or seek services makes the transition to college easier and encourages students to regard a college education as more attainable as they look to the future.”
The course, Principles of Psychology (PSY-101-BCQ), will be offered at the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center’s Quincy site, 275 Hancock Street, 2nd Floor, North Quincy. The class meets on Mondays from 6 to 8:45 p.m., starting January 25, 2016.
Principles of Psychology, a highly transferrable course that fulfills requirements for a wide array of majors at BHCC, is an introductory psychology course that covers a survey of information and theory. Topics include the brain and behavior, research methods, learning, consciousness, motivation, emotion, human growth and development, personality, abnormal behavior and psychotherapy, social cognition and understanding.
To find out more about Principles of Psychology or to register for the course, visit bhcc.edu/instructionalcenters/. You may also register in person at Bunker Hill Community College in Charlestown, Room B202 and Room E235.
About Bunker Hill Community College
Bunker Hill Community College is the largest community college in Massachusetts, enrolling approximately 18,000 students annually. BHCC has two campuses in Charlestown and Chelsea, and a number of other locations throughout the Greater Boston area. BHCC is one of the most diverse institutions of higher education in Massachusetts. Sixty-five percent of the students are people of color and more than half of BHCC's students are women. The College also enrolls nearly 600 international students who come from 94 countries and speak more than 75 languages.