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APSY 2152 Human Development Practicum (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

Provides an introduction to the applications of psychological theory within various human and community service contexts. Readings and discussion contribute to critical analyses of how social issues and social problems are situated differently due to gender, race, social class and diversities of language, ability, sexuality, etc. Students volunteer for 8-10 hours per week at a site selected with the assistance of the instructor and meet in a weekly seminar, keep a journal of their field experience, and complete reading and written assignments that integrate theory and practice.

Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: Restricted to Juniors & Seniors.

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Comments: Restricted to Juniors & Seniors

Last Updated: 01-Aug-18