Available courses

This course is an introduction to the nature and scope of the field of psychology as a scientific and human endeavor.  Major topics include historic development of the field; biological and developmental processes; consciousness and perception; learning, remembering and thinking; motivation and emotion; personality and individuality; social behavior; normal stress and coping, and abnormal psychology and treatment methods.  


This course is an introduction to the nature and scope of the field of psychology as a scientific and human endeavor.  Major topics include historic development of the field; biological and developmental processes; consciousness and perception; learning, remembering and thinking; motivation and emotion; personality and individuality; social behavior; normal stress and coping, and abnormal psychology and treatment methods.  

This course in sequence with CAS 272 specifically addresses the 2016 Montana State requirement for all LAC candidates to complete 30 hours of training on gambling/gaming disorder assessment and counseling. Already licensed LACs may take this introductory class or the advanced CAS 272 for their 15 hour requirement.

Mandatory Employee Training on FERPA rules, rights, and regulations.

This course will focus on developing skills in using positive guidance techniques while enhancing children’s self-concept and developing children’s pro-social skills.
The student will apply and practice knowledge that was taught in EDEC230, such as creating a pro-social environment and establishing positive guidance techniques. The student will complete 45 hours of supervised lab with a mentor at a licensed/registered childcare facility.
This course introduces the concepts and procedures used in statistical reasoning and analysis. Topics in descriptive statistics include the presentation of data, the measures of location, central tendency and variability and relationships between variables. Topics in inferential statistics include probability, sampling distributions and the use of confidence intervals and hypothesis testing.
This “course” offers you, the local Moodle Administrator, some useful training related to the support of your institution’s end users. For institutions who have integrated their systems (SIS, AD) with the Moodle environment, you'll find documentation about how those systems work together.