PSYC 375 - Multicultural Psychology
This course will present an overview of multicultural viewpoints in developmental, clinical and research psychology. Predominant western Europe psychological theory will be compared and contrasted with thinking from non-Western constructs and ideology. Multiculturalism as a psychology of people will be explored from a global perspective and from the perspective of various ethnic and minority groups within the United States. Students will attempt to integrate culturally diverse thinking and research to explore ways to increase cultural sensitivity and tolerance of difference in community, workplace and human service contexts.
Prerequisites: PSYC 157 AND PSYC 200 AND CO2 course
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (4-0)
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