Aug 04, 2020  
Academic Catalog 2019-2020 
    
Academic Catalog 2019-2020
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PSY 342 - Explore Psychology in London


2 credit(s)
This course will explore themes connecting key figures, historical events, and culturally relevant influences from reading, research, and discussion to develop a deeper understanding of the field of psychology. Students will learn about mental health approaches to treatment, develop an understanding of forensic psychology and behavioral science and learn about social and historically relevant events that connect to themes of illness, health, social inequality, and cultural diversity. Students will be introduced to photovoice as a qualitative method of inquiry used to shed light on the lived experiences of others and develop an understanding for new cultures and environments.
Offered: Every other year in Spring (May/June)

Core Requirement(s): Coures meets International Perspectives Cornerstone Requirement
Prerequisite(s): PSY 150  and one of the following:  PSY 202 , PSY 211 , PSY 308  or PSY 310 .



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