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Graham E. Higgs, Ph.D.

Graham HiggsGraham E. Higgs, PhD, Received a B.A. in Psychology from Vanderbilt University, an MS in Counseling Psychology from The University of Tennessee in Knoxville, and a PhD in Educational and Counseling Psychology at the University of Tennessee. He began teaching at Columbia College in 1996 and currently serves as Professor and Chair for the Department of Psychology and Sociology which is also the home for the Anthropology, and the Women’s studies minors.

Courses that Dr. Graham Higgs has taught at Columbia College

Undergraduate Courses

  • Introduction to General Psychology (PSYC 101)
  • Educational Psychology (PSYC 230)
  • Introduction to Applied Psychology (PSYC 260)
  • Psychology of Emotion (PSYC 270)
  • Personality Theory (PSYC 304)
  • Lifespan Developmental Psychology (PSYC 330)
  • History and Systems of Psychology (PSYC 381)
  • Human Sexuality (PSYC 385)
  • Learning Theories (PSYC 412)
  • Ethics for Behavioral and Social Sciences (PSYC 430)
  • Special Topic: Cross-Cultural Psychology (PSYC 433)
  • Special Topic: Eco-psychology (PSYC 433)
  • Abnormal Psychology (PSYC 450)
  • Introduction to Clinical and Counseling Psychology (PSYC 460)
  • Group Process (PSYC 480)
  • Special Topic in Qualitative Research (PSYC 333)
  • Directed Study: Classic Debates in Psychology (PSYC 355)
  • Senior Integrative Seminar (PSYC 495)
  • First Year Experience Seminar (INCC 111)

Graduate Courses

  • Instructional Technology (EDUC 532)
  • Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling (PSYC 543)
  • Human Growth and Development (EDUC 550)
  • Educational Psychology (EDUC 552)
  • Characteristics of Affect/Motivation in Children with Disabilities (HTL 593)
  • Learning Theories (EDUC 560)
  • Group Counseling (EDUC 553)

Honors

  • General Psychology (HNRS 101)
  • Introduction to Honors (HNRS 110)
  • Honors Research Seminar (HNRS 111)
  • Psychology in Film (HNRS 233)
  • Post-modernity (HNRS 233)
  • Reading Foucault (HNRS 233)
  • Psychology Perspectives in Film (HNRS 333)
  • Honors Distinction Projects (HNRS 484)
  • Psychology of Adjustment (HNRS 260)
  • Schiffman Ethics Lecture - Ethics of Wellness (HNRS 340)
  • Schiffman Ethics Lecture - Ethics of Civility (HNRS 340)
  • Forensic Science in Film (HNRS 333)

Contact Graham E. Higgs, Ph.D.

Office Location: STC 218
Phone Number: (573) 875-7588
Email Address: ghiggs@ccis.edu

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