PSYCH 1500

PSYCH 1500

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2015-2016.

Environmental Psychology is an interdisciplinary field concerned with how the physical environment and human behavior interrelate. Most of the course focuses on how residential environments and urban and natural settings affect human health and well-being. Students also examine how human attitudes and behaviors affect environmental quality. Issues of environmental justice and culture are included throughout. Hands-on projects plus exams. Lecture and discussion sections. DEA 1501  - Writing in the major (WIM) option also is available (by instructor permission) for 4 credits.

When Offered Spring, summer.

Permission Note Enrollment limited to: 30 students.

Distribution Category (SBA-AS)

Comments A University Course - This class highlights cross-disciplinary dialogue and debate.

Outcomes
  • Provide overview of knowledge about the environment and human behavior (grounding in field)
  • Understand cultural and life course diversity in human-environment interactions (sensitivity to diversity)
  • Learn how to analyze problems like an environmental psychologist (develop critical thinking skill)

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Enrollment Information
Syllabi: none
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  •  8416PSYCH 1500  DIS 202

  •  8417PSYCH 1500  DIS 203

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  •  8419PSYCH 1500  DIS 205

  •  8420PSYCH 1500  DIS 206

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  •  8422PSYCH 1500  DIS 208

  •  8423PSYCH 1500  DIS 209

  •  8424PSYCH 1500  DIS 210

  •  8425PSYCH 1500  DIS 211

  •  8426PSYCH 1500  DIS 212

  •  8427PSYCH 1500  DIS 213

  •  8428PSYCH 1500  DIS 214

  •  8429PSYCH 1500  DIS 215

  •  9081PSYCH 1500  DIS 216