PSY479 Topics in Psychology (3 credits): Global Peace and Nonviolence
Credits can be arranged and individualized for students to conduct independent projects and research related to their own particular interests and disciplines. Adapted to the international setting of the program the course will provide for 80+ hours of instructional contact, and include examination of the psychological factors either contributing to or hindering the adoption and application of peaceful nonviolent processes in Nepal, with an emphasis on understanding the socio-cultural context of this post-conflict emerging democracy.
PSY425 Peace Psychology (3 credits)
PSY 489 Problems in Psychology (3 credits) Supervised individual project