Psychosocial and Community Well-Being

People & Society

Psychosocial and Community Well-Being
Psychosocial and Community Well-Being

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  • Academic Plan
  • Cognate
    People & Society
  • Responsible Academic Unit
    Educational and Psych Studies
    Contact Info
  • Recommended for
    Suitable for all students, and recommended.
  • Required Courses
    Students must complete at least 3 courses for at least 9 credits.
  • Number of Groups: 2

Cognate Categories


The Psychosocial and Community Well-being Cognate is comprised of courses aligned with the School of Education and Human Development's focus on well-being in multicultural communities. These courses integrate theory with practice, while sharing a specific regard to the complementary nature of multiple types and ecological levels of well-being. This cognate aims to enrich student knowledge on the various dimensions of well-being, with an emphasis on human development in, and in interaction with, a social environment. This cognate will enable students to articulate the multiple dimensions of well-being as they learn effective mechanisms to foster happiness, health, prosperity, and fairness in a diverse and global society.

Option Groups

Complete 2 of the following option groups:

*Indicates an inactive course

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