1. Cultural Awareness and Knowledge of Self and Others: Students demonstrate awareness of how dimensions of culture and
identity influence the beliefs, values, and assumptions of themselves
and others, which consequently shape perceptions and interpersonal
interactions. Students should also be familiar with theory and research
related to multicultural psychology and diversity issues.
2. Culturally Appropriate Skills in Applied Psychological Practices: Students incorporate cultural awareness and knowledge into
psychological skills in a variety of settings, including clinical,
school, consulting, and organizational settings.
3. Research: Students are able to design and conduct research using methodology
that incorporates issues of culture and diversity, as well as to
critically evaluate research with respect to multicultural issues.
4. Organizational Change, Program Planning, and Policy Development: Students are engaged in activities that promote diversity in
organizations, including the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, and facilitate the development of
culturally informed policies.