PSYC 4033 Community Psychology
4 semester hours
The community psychology course introduces students to the rigorous academic discipline of community psychology, the theoretical approach to community-based interventions and its emphasis on research and action. Students will gain an understanding of the role, functions, and responsibilities of a community psychologist working with and within community organizations. The course stresses student engagement in transformative action, allowing them to integrate practical experience with community psychology research and theory.
Open to Psychology majors and minors only.
Junior or senior standing required.
Prerequisites: TR in PSYC 2002 and PSYC 2003 or grade of C (2.0) or higher in PSYC 2002 and PSYC 2003 at LMU.