The 20-unit Certificate in Applied Community Psychology can be completed in five quarters over 15 consecutive months. Participants conduct all of their coursework on the AULA campus, taking classes alongside master’s in Psychology students.
Students may enter the program during any quarter.
Through class projects and field study opportunities, students acquire valuable skills and hands-on experience in program development and evaluation; prevention and promotion; community consultation and collaboration; and workshop and in-service development. Students round out their program of study with elective workshops, or may elect to participate in additional field study experiences.
|PSY 5450A||Community Psychology: Theories and Methods||3|
|PSY 5450D||Community Consultation & Collaboration||3|
|PSY 5450E||Program Development and Evaluation||3|
|PSY 5450F||Prevention and Promotion||3|
|PSY 5750E||Psychoeducational Groups and In-Service Training Development||3|
|PSY 5120B||Field Study in Applied Community Psychology||2|
The Certificate in Applied Community Psychology program was designed for individuals who have earned a bachelor’s degree (or higher) and are interested in engaging in community work.