PSYC 601

Psychology in the Public and Community Interest

4 Graduate credits
Effective May 4, 2011 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

This course provides an advanced survey of theories, methods, and research relevant to community and applied social psychology. Community and applied social psychology seek to understand social-psychological processes between people and their environments in order to better understand a diversity of social phenomena; facilitate psychological competence and empowerment; design and carry-out effective interventions and prevention programs; and promote social change. Along with an historical overview, issues such as social-ecological theory, social problem definition, diversity, ethics, and empowerment will be addressed.

Special information

Prerequisite: Graduate Standing.

Learning outcomes