A degree in Community Psychology prepares students to advocate for a community’s well-being, building collaborative relationships between individuals, groups, government agencies and non-profits. Social justice, inclusiveness, and a respect for diversity are core values in this field, as is the belief that it is preferable and more effective to use the existing social resources of a community to prevent societal problems.
Theses from 2017
Effects of Dialectical Thinking on Social Explanation, Bryan C. Evans
Science-Related Attitudes: A Psychometric Evaluation, Adrienne M. Hagen
Theses from 2016
Academic Grievances: An Exploratory Study, Amon Samuel Johnson
Attendance and Restorative Practices, Annie W. Scott