This course is a comprehensive introduction to general theories and methods related to culture and diversity. It explores the ways in which psychology is socially constructed and how cultural traditions transform the human psyche.
The course will include didactic, experiential activities, reflective writing and critical analysis that are relevant to developing students’ self-awareness, understanding about how culture may influence our behavior, and skills across relevant areas of professional and personal practice in the context of psychological science.
The course is meant to stimulate an ongoing discussion and self- exploration on issues in multicultural psychology such as: identity development, acculturation, racism and prejudice, heterosexism, white privilege, and cultural stigma.
By the end of this course, you will:
No specific prior experience or knowledge is required.
Online sections of Pre-College courses are offered in one of the following modalities: Asynchronous, Mostly asynchronous, or Blended. Please review full information regarding the experience here.