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Courses We Offer

Below are a few of the Undergraduate Courses we offer that focus on issues and themes concerning Diversity and Inclusion.
Social Psychology - PSYC 2084

Introduction to the social behavior of the individual and the group: social perception, attribution theory, attitude formation and change, interpersonal attraction, aggression and conflict, group dynamics, applied social psychology.

Advanced Social Psychology - PSYC 4084

Examines social behavior from four major theoretical orientations: reinforcement, field theory, cognitive, and role theory. Topics may include social learning, social exchange theories, group processes, attitude, and person perception.

Multiculturalism in Clinical Psychology - PSYC 6244

Provides an overview of topics related to multiculturalism in the practice of clinical psychology. The development of cultural humility is emphasized, including self-awareness, knowledge of diverse worldviews, and understanding of power and oppression. The course aims to help students acquire skills needed to provide clinical services with cultural humility and advocate for social justice as clinical psychologists.

Additional Information

The Psychology Department has a catalog of all of our offered Undergraduate Courses along with a short description of what the course can offer to students.

To learn more about the classes the Department is offering, please visit the Undergraduate Catalog for the Psychology Department

The certificate program provides a framework for sustained departmental programming in diversity that may be pursued to earn a certificate from Virginia Tech’s Diversity Development Institute. The program is open to graduate students, faculty, and staff in the Department.

More information about the certificate