"... an introduction to classic and contemporary social psychology, covering topics such as decision making, persuasion, group behavior, personal attraction, and factors that promote health and well-being".And the second being "Learn to Program: The Fundamentals" which
"introduces the fundamental building blocks of programming and teaches you how to write fun and useful programs using the Python language."I think the programming one is going to be the hardest seeing as I already have a degree in Psychology and I don't know anything about how to write programs or the 'Python language' (I'm not a Slytherin! *Hehehe*). However, social psychology was only really covered for a few chapters in first year of psych class so I think that class will be super interesting too.
Both courses started while I was in Yarmouth (I have bad timing) where I had no Internet so I am already 2 weeks behind the video and readings. That is about right on par with all of my other university courses.
I know I should be looking for apartments or packing but I still have more than a month and sometimes it is nice to learn something new.