Psychology of Prejudice (Psyc 191)

Time: Tues/Thurs 10:30 - 11:45 pm (Section 05) Tues/Thurs 3:00 - 4:15 pm (Section 02)

Location: DMH 348 (10:30) and Clark Hall 234 (3:00)


SJSU Catalog Description: The Psychology of Prejudice (Psyc 191)

Provides an examination of psychological theory and research related to prejudice and discrimination from the perspectives of both the holders and targets of prejudice. Includes individual and small group exercises to provide experiential learning.

Course Prerequisites: Because this course (Psyc 191) is an Advanced General Education course (Area S of SJSU Studies), the following prerequisites must be met to enroll in this course.

1. Completion of Core GE

2. Satisfaction of the Writing Skills Test (WST)

3. Upper division standing (60 units)

4. Completion of, or co-registration in, 100W

5. Completion of course in Introductory Psychology

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