PSYC-272 Policy in Childhood and Society
Fall for 2017-2018
Spring for 2017-2018
The UNXP 200/Psyc 270 is a prerequisite for students to enroll in this module. In the 3rd 1 credit module, which runs during the final 4 weeks of the semester students can enroll in the policy course (UNXP-202). Students will return to the campus classroom setting and integrate their experiences across theory, research, and community-based learning into a cohesive whole. This course combines the analysis and evaluation of programs and policies serving children and families in a systematic nature. Its purview includes the origin and effect of health and social policies on children and families, as well as policy goal development. In combination with 2 other 1 credit modules from the CC&S course series these 3 credits can be bundled to make a course. For psychology majors this bundled course meets the requirement of the area 1/2 requirement for majors and minors. See also UNXP200, 201, 203 for more information on Challenges in Childhood and Society course modules. It is possible for students to enroll in all 4 modules. Students may accrue credits across 2 semesters and bundle into a course.
possible for students to enroll in all 4 modules. Students may accrue credits across 2 semesters and bundle into a course.
Module 1, Weeks 1-4, UNXP-200/ Psyc 270 (1 credit) -Required. No prerequisite.

Module 2, Weeks 5-8, UNXP-201/Psyc 271 (1 credit) - Prerequisite: UNXP-200/Psyc 270.

Module 3, Weeks 9-13, UNXP-202/Psyc 272 (1 credit) - Prerequisite: UNXP-200/Psyc 270.

and/or

Module 3, Weeks 9-13, UNXP-203/Psyc 273 (1 credit) Prerequisites: UNXP-200/Psyc 270 and UNXP-201/Psyc 271 (or permission of Instructor).
Credits: 1
Prerequisites: PSYC 270/UNXP 200
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