This course provides an introduction to the field of Positive Psychology, which focuses on the study of human strengths and well-being. Students will explore the history and development of the field, as well as the major theories and research that have shaped it. Topics covered include happiness, resilience, optimism, gratitude, and flow. Students will also learn about the practical applications of Positive Psychology, such as how to use it to improve relationships, work performance, and overall life satisfaction.
Positive Psychology is a course designed to explore the science of happiness and well-being. It focuses on the study of positive emotions, strengths, and virtues that enable individuals and communities to thrive. The course will cover topics such as the science of happiness, the power of positive thinking, the importance of gratitude, and the impact of positive relationships. Students will learn how to apply the principles of positive psychology to their own lives and to the lives of those around them. Through lectures, discussions, and activities, students will gain an understanding of the science of happiness and how to use it to create a more meaningful and fulfilling life. The course will also explore the role of positive psychology in the workplace, in education, and in health care. By the end of the course, students will have a better understanding of the science of happiness and how to use it to create a more positive and fulfilling life.