Programs & Courses
PSYC 3320 - Psychology of Death and Dying
Psychology of Death and Dying
The course examines social and psychological aspects of death and dying, such as: historical and cross cultural variability in death attitudes, spirituality, the dying process, ethical issues such as euthanasia and suicide, bereavement, burial practices and death perceptions across the life-span. This course is a Mt. Royal University course for students in their Third and Fourth year. The numbering system is based upon their guidelines. Students register through Medicine Hat College. NOTE: Students cannot receive credit for both PSYC 3320 and IDST 485.
Prerequisite: PSYC 205 or PSYC 110