Cultural and Community Psychology Minor

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The community and culture minor is designed to give students experience in psychology and related fields that has will help them to make an impact on the wider world. Students will learn about a variety of meanings of community and culture and how these different perspectives lead to different forms of action.

Cultural and Community Psychology Minor

Required 15 credits minimum:

PSY-100General Psychology

3 credits

PSY-206Social Psychology

3 credits

Complete TWO of the following Culture and Diversity courses (of which only one ANTH course can be chosen)

ATH-202Cultural Diversity

3 credits

ATH-305Culture Change and the World System

3 credits

ATH-308Gender in Cross Cultural Perspective

3 credits

BUS-340International Business

3 credits

POE-362Gender and Development

3 credits

PSY-128Gender and Sexuality

3 credits

PSY-410Media Psychology

3 credits

PSY-412Infants, Health, and Society: Research and Applications

3 credits

SOC-340Cultural Criminology

3 credits

SPE-305Paradigms in Intercultural Communication

3 credits

International Travel Courses and other relevant courses may also count for minor course with permission from minor coordinator.

Complete ONE of the following Community Interventions courses

POE-241Introduction to Public Policy

3 credits

PSY-364Community Psychology

3 credits

SOC-220Community Corrections

3 credits

Participation in a community-based action (PSY-497) or research project (PSY-296 or PSY-496) or may also fulfill this requirement with permission from minor coordinator.