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BISCP 343 Community Psychology (5) I&S
Examines the historical foundations, theory, methods, and practice that constitute the interdisciplinary field of community psychology. Students build upon an existing empirical knowledge base, including effective modes of community intervention, and examine the relevance of community psychology for addressing social problem.
Instructor Course Description: Charles R. Collins John Eric Stewart Rubye Elizabeth Thomas Wadiya A Udell
BISCP 489 Projects in Community Psychology (5) I&S
Provides the opportunity to apply concepts from BIS 343 in a relevant organizational setting, to engage in a meaningful community-based intervention or research project, and to critically reflect on the project as it is conceived and carried out. Prerequisite: BISCP 343.
Instructor Course Description: Shauna Carlisle