Courses: Community Psychology (CYP)

Course: CYP3990 - SPECIAL COURSE
Hours: 0.0 Repeatable For Credit: Yes Maximum Hours Credit: 0.0
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Course: CYP4990 - SPECIAL COURSE
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Course: CYP6005 - COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
Hours: 3.0 Repeatable For Credit: No Maximum Hours Credit: 3.0
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Introduces the student to the field of community psychology which is the branch of psychology that seeks to understand relationships between environmental conditions and the development of health and well being of all members of a community. Students will study the development of the field of community psychology and its theories and paradigms of research and action. Additionally, students will concentrate on the practice of community psychology.

Student Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Understand, describe, and discuss an understanding of community well-being from an ecological perspective.

2. Understand, describe, and discuss the major theories used to inform the field of community psychology.

3. Understand, describe, and discuss the major empirical contributions to the discipline of community psychology.

4. Design and apply community psychology intervention strategies for different populations and problems.

5. Apply ethical and legal principles in the practice of community psychology.

 
Course: CYP6905 - DIRECTED STUDY
Hours: 0.0 - 0.0 Repeatable For Credit: Yes Maximum Hours Credit: 0.0
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Course: CYP6990 - SPECIAL COURSE
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