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Course Overview

This 3-credit online asynchronous course examines bullying in school and the workplace, which typically is a precursor for more serious incidents of aggression and violence in society. This course will consider the psychological aspect of the bullying phenomenon covering a range of topics such as what is the appropriate definition of bullying, the roles involved, factors that promote bullying, what we can do to reduce bullying in those settings. It is also an introduction to the best research, information, helpful resources and practical strategies about bullying.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisites: a minimum grade of C in PSY 101, a minimum grade of C in PSY 210 or 311.

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Admissions Requirements

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