"Social media continues to play a significant role in the way our society functions, so this expanded area of study in our Psychology/Social Work course is certainly relevant to today’s student."
St. Albans, VT (PRWEB) February 21, 2010
Students at Stratford Career Institute will now be able to more closely study trends in social psychology by delving deeper into the psychological impact of social media.
Distance learning school Stratford Career Institute recently made contemporary upgrades to their Psychology/Social Work course by expanding the curriculum to include the study of some of today’s most current developments in social psychology.
The newly updated course focuses on some of the more complex social issues facing society today such as steroid use in professional athletes and the reality television craze. Using social psychology as their guide, students will learn to analyze current events and their outcomes.
The course also concentrates on the significant impact of social networking sites, such as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter have on individuals’ social cognition and behavior.
“Social media continues to play a significant role in the way our society functions, so this expanded area of study in our Psychology/Social Work course is certainly relevant to today’s student,” said Michael Boulay, Vice President of Student Services for Stratford Career Institute.
Individuals interested in obtaining free career information about Stratford’s Psychology/Social Work course or any one of the school’s other courses can call 1-800-363-0058 ext 9980 or visit the career school’s website http://www.scitraining.com.
Stratford Career Institute offers more than 60 distance learning courses in a variety of contemporary career fields as well as a high school diploma program.
About Stratford Career Institute:
Stratford Career Institute is a distance learning correspondence school that employs a distinct educational training method allowing students to complete their studies and earn their career diploma at home rather than spending hours in a classroom.
Contemporary online tools combined with traditional correspondence education give students the flexibility to study when it is convenient for them. Stratford allows their students up to two years to complete their studies.
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