Cultural Psychology

The Cultural Psychology emphasis provides a foundation to study, through the lens of psychology, the world’s rapidly changing culture. Psychological cultural sensitivity and training are critical when working with diverse populations. Learners within this emphasis engage material to guide thinking and skill related to cultural phenomenon impacting society at large, as well as particular populations. Fundamental psychological theories, concepts, and strategies will prepare learners for a profession associated with human services working with diverse populations.

Career Opportunities: Positions associated with human services such as working with international populations in shelters, inner-city programs, children and family services, or on a college campus in student services.

This 15-unit emphasis may be paired with the following programs: B.A. in Applied Psychology, B.A. in Applied Studies, B.A. in Leadership, B.A. in Management, B.S. in Criminal Justice, B.S. in Health Sciences, and B.S. in Information Systems.

Coursework15 units
APSY 435
Gender Issues in Psychology
APSY 450
Family Systems
APSY 455
Conflict Management
APSY 480
Group Processes
MGT 485
Management and Organizational Behavior
Note: This information is current for the 2017-18 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the Academic Catalog for more information.