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There's a curriculum, but it's more about acquiring a skill set.
Throughout the program, you will be challenged to demonstrate your understanding of five core outcomes - outcomes that will guide your coursework, as well as your career in community psychology.
Theoretical reasoning related to the individual and community - Engage in theory related to the individual and to the systems that mutually affect individuals and communities, particularly as these theories encompass an understanding of prevention strategies, counseling and research.
Methodological proficiency and relevance - Apply theory and methods of prevention, counseling, research and evaluation within a variety of social and cultural contexts.
Professional interaction - Communicate effectively with people across a variety of professional contexts, including interactions with clients and other service providers, inter-organizational collaborations, community research, interdisciplinary management, program evaluation and consultation.
Self-monitoring and reflection - Discern the quality of self-performance and self-awareness related to ethical professional practice including multicultural competence.
Ethical insight and action - Respond to the needs of others with sensitivity to various perspectives and make ethical and moral decisions to complex, real-world dilemmas.