Community Psychology MS – Required Courses Checklist
Effective Fall 2017
Program Learning Objectives:
- Demonstrate rigorous social scientific analysis of subject matter using relevant qualitative, quantitative, and geospatial tools, concepts, and techniques.
- Incorporate psychological, ecological, and systems level understanding into holistic, sustainable community development processes.
- Design effective organizational assessments, participate in program planning and development, and conduct empirical evaluation of programming.
- Apply community psychology principles and techniques to improve well-being and effectiveness at individual, organizational, and community levels.
- Demonstrate professional ability to contribute in diverse social and cultural contexts, with diverse organizations, and with consideration of ethical implications of one’s actions.
- Facilitate group processes that empower and encourage civic engagement.
|Common Graduate Leadership Core (14 units)||Offered||Completed|
|CD 500||Professional Practice and Ethics (3)||SU|
|CS 500||Advanced Date Analysis (1)||SP|
|ID 530||Leadership (3)||F|
|ID 545||Leadership as Storytelling (3)||SP|
|PSY 540||Research Methods (4) *||SP|
*Prerequisite: undergraduate Statistics course
|Community Psychology Courses (18 units)||Offered||Completed|
|PSY 600||Community Intervention & Social Change (3)||SU|
|PSY 610||Psychological Science & Public Policy (3)||SU|
|PSY 630||Prevention (3)||F|
|PSY 640||Organizational Development & Consultation (3)||F|
|PSY 650||Human Diversity & Cultural Competence (3)||SP|
|PSY 660||Program Evaluation (3)||SU|
|Field Research (12 units) Fieldwork & Seminar courses are co-requisites||Offered||Completed|
|Fieldwork I (3)
Research Seminar I: Project Management (1)
|Fieldwork II (3)
Research Seminar II: Writing & Presentation (1)
|Fieldwork III (3)
Research Seminar III: Mentoring (1)
*ID 647 & 648 are prerequisites for ID 657 & 658; ID 657 & 658 are prerequisites for ID 667 & 668
|Total units: 44||NOTE: All courses must be passed with a grade of B or higher||F = Fall SP = Spring SU = Summer|