The graduate programs in community psychology provide students with academic, research and multicultural skills designed to prepare them for professional employment or doctoral level training. Within this context, the program incorporates an emphasis on Black psychology and mental health of populations of African descent and persons of color. Content courses and experiential exposures are provided to implement this multicultural orientation.
Students enrolled in the Community Psychology Track are required to complete a minimum of 46 semester hours, including 34 hours of course work, an internship (one semester) and a research thesis, in order to fulfill graduation requirements.
Community Psychology Required Courses
Research and Measurement:
Six (6) Semester Credit Hours from the following: