Eric HaasResident Faculty
Dr. Haas has been a faculty member at Scottsdale Community College since 2003, first in the Counseling department, and then in the Psychology department. He grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan and earned a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and English from the University of Michigan in 1988. He then worked in a number of psychology-related jobs (research assistant, psychometric technician, crisis line counselor, research coder and interviewer, data manager, and data analyst) until he started his graduate work in Counseling Psychology, first at the University of Oregon, and then at the University of Utah, where he earned his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology in 2003.
Dr. Haas primarily teaches the Introduction to Statistics and Research Methods courses at SCC. However, he also has strong interest in cultural diversity and critical thinking. He frequently presents to organizations and conferences around the country on teaching and learning, diversity, and assessment.
Dr. Haas is married and has 3 children and 2 dogs. He spends most of his free time with his family or being outside. He enjoys hiking, cycling, and playing just about any sport (currently, hockey). He hates jogging, but will do it if he can't get some exercise in another way.
|Course #||Class Section||Semester||Course Title||Course Syllabus|
|PSY132||20684||Fall 2021||Psychology & Culture|
|PSY230||20654||Fall 2021||Introduction to Statistics|
|PSY230||20655||Fall 2021||Introduction to Statistics|
|PSY101||31091||Spring 2022||Introduction to Psychology|
|PSY230||31097||Spring 2022||Introduction to Statistics|
|PSY230||31098||Spring 2022||Introduction to Statistics|
|PSY290AB||31104||Spring 2022||Research Methods|
|PSY290AB||31105||Spring 2022||Research Methods|