Social Psychology of Race, Racism, and Discrimination
Credit Hours:
3

A social psychological understanding of race and racism, with a particular emphasis on the experience of black Americans in the United States. The primary objective is to examine the interplay between interpersonal processes and the institutions through which racial boundaries and hierarchies are created and maintained.

Every Year - Scheduling unknown.

Prerequisites:
SOCI 1101
or SOCI 1101H
or SOCI 2600
or PSYC 1101
or PSYC 1101E
or permission of department.
Level:
Undergraduate