Sep 28, 2020  
Academic Catalog 2019-2020 
    
Academic Catalog 2019-2020 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PSY 442 - Explore Psychology in London


2 credit(s)
This course explores psychology through the lens of history, culture, gender, and well-being in London, England. Over 10-12 days, students will immerse themselves by visiting important historical landmarks and sites (e.g., Buckingham Palace, Tower of London), including those associated with psychology and medicine (e.g., Bethlem hospital, Freud’s home, Royal Society of Medicine). Tours and visits to arts and culture locations are also included (e.g., Shakespeare’s Globe Theater, Tate Modern). Unscheduled periods allow for exploration in small groups and opportunities for students to use photovoice methods as visual representations to represent their lived experiences, assumptions, and observations while living abroad in London.
Offered: Every other year in Spring (May/June)

Core Requirement(s): Coures meets International Perspectives Cornerstone Requirement
Prerequisite(s): Instructor consent required.



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