PSYC 425/825: Psychology of Racism

PSYC 425/825
Psychology of Racism Crosslisted as ETHN 425
Prereqs: For psychology majors: PSYC 350.
For non-psychology majors: any research methods course.
Major terms and issues in psychology that pertain to race and racism in the United States. General principles of the psychology of racism that are universal. Psychology of the major racial minority groups in the United States examined through their unique cultures, histories, traditions, and collective identities. Research methods for the psychology of racism reviewed as a basis for interpreting research results.
Credit Hours: 3
Course Delivery: Classroom


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