Phsychology 1 (Natural Philosophy)

Course Overview

Unlike experimental psychology, this course studies the nature of life, looking at the degrees of life – plant, animal and human – and defining what is proper to each one. We will also look at the powers of living things such as nutrition, growth, self-movement and knowledge of other things and finally human free will.

This course is held on Mondays from 6pm to 7pm. 

Course Dates

Term 1
22 February – 6 April 2016 (7 weeks)

Term 2
26 April – 22 June (9 weeks)

Term 3
18 July – 21 September (10 weeks)

Term 4
10 October – 23 November (7 weeks)

Exams
5 December – 14 December

How to enrol?

Formal enrolment is done on attendance at first class.

Fees

$70 per term to be paid in advance.

If you enroll in multiple courses or have a concession card discounts apply.

Please remember that we are a non-profit organisation. If you are interested in attending but do not have funds to pay the full cost contact us.

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Lecturer

Frank Cudmore

Frank Cudmore is an engineer with a BsC in Communications and Master of Engineering Science in Industrial Engineering. Frank studied under Dr. Woodbury for many years and continued as the Aquinas Academy transitioned to the Centre for Catholic Studies. Though Frank is now a lecturer, teaching mainly in Pyschology, you can still spot the perennial learner in classes from time to time. Frank is also the Registrar of the Centre.

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