BLST 4150 AFRICAN AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGY (3 credits)
African American Psychology traces the psychological history of Africans and African Americans from self-attributes and identity, through race and racism, to cognition, learning, and language. This course will review concepts relevant to understanding the psychology of African Americans, methodological and research issues, and best practices. (Cross-listed with BLST 8156, PSYC 4150, PSYC 8156).
Prerequisite(s): BLST 1000 and Junior standing or Instructor permission
Distribution: U.S. Diversity General Education course