Courses in Psychology (Division 455)

372(415). Advanced Laboratory in Psychopathology. Psych. 370. (Excl).
Section 110 Migrant Workers in Michigan: A Critical Examination of Their Social and Mental Health Well Being.
Students enrolling for Psychology credit must enroll for either 3 credits in Psychology 372-110 and 3 credits in psychology 404, or for 6 credits in Psychology 404, Field Practicum. This class will offer students a unique opportunity to integrate theory and practice with children of Mexican and Mexican-American migrant workers in nearby Michigan communities. The first half of the term, we will discuss readings on the social, political, historical and psychological experiences of migrant and immigrant populations. Furthermore, we will examine education and health related topics and how they affect migrant populations. The second half of the term, we will be visit and work in migrant camps. Requirements include journals, written critiques of course material, two papers, and for students to participate in class discussions and activities. (Rubio)

404(300). Field Practicum. One of the following: Psychology 330, 340, 350, 360, 370, 380, or 390; and permission of instructor. Degree credit is granted for a combined total of 15 credits elected through Psych. 211 and 404-409. Credit is granted for a combined total of 12 credits through the series Psychology 404-409. A combined total of 6 credits of Psychology 404-408, 504, and 506 may be included in a concentration plan in psychology. (Excl). (EXPERIENTIAL).
Section 110 Migrant Workers in Michigan: A Critical Examination of Their Social and Mental Health Well Being.
Students enrolling for Psychology credit must enroll for either 3 credits in Psychology 372-110 and 3 credits in psychology 404, or for 6 credits in Psychology 404, Field Practicum. For Spring-Summer Term, 1994, this course is jointly offered with Psych. 372.110. (Rubio)


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