PSY225 - Psychology of Women (Diversity)
Psychological research, theories and issues relevant to women. Critical analysis of similarities and differences between women and men. Integrated lab.
Cross Listed Courses
Goals and Diversity
MN Goal Course
MN Goal Designation(s)
Describe or use the methods and data by which historians, social scientists, or behavioral scientists investigate human conditions.
Analyze human behavior, cultures, and social institutions and processes from the perspectives of history or the social and behavioral sciences.
Develop explanations for and explore solutions to historical or contemporary social problems.
Reflect upon themselves in relation to family, communities, society, culture, and/or their histories.
Demonstrate awareness and understanding of historical and current race relations in the United States.
Analyze current events and conditions at the local, statewide, and national levels using course theories and concepts.
Identify forms of institutional discrimination in areas such as education, media, housing, employment, economics, politics, and the legal system.
Describe the basic history of discrimination against and contributions of African Americans, Asian Americans, American Indians, Latinos, and recent immigrants of color.
Engage in dialog and self-reflection concerning racism, racial oppression, white privilege and male privilege.