PSY 114 Psychological Adjustment in a Multicultural Society
Course designed to engage the student in the increasingly important issues of cultural, ethnic, and racial issues in America. It investigates the psychology of personal and social adjustment necessary for successful living and working in such a society. In addition, it explains psychology as a scientific discipline which has much to offer the individual in coping with an increasingly changing life in 21st century America. The student will be introduced to the contributions of psychology to the aggression, attitude development, prejudice, gender identity, power, conformity, and leadership.
- Prerequisite: None
- Hours: 3
- Credits: 3
The course may be taken in lieu of PDA 101 as a graduation requirement. It is recommended to potential psychology majors as it introduces the student to the multicultural requirements now in place in most colleges and universities.