SWK 350/351 Human Behavior and the Social Environment I and II, 3 credits
A life-cycle course sequence exploring the bio-psycho-social-cultural determinants of human behavior from a ecological/systems perspective. Emphasis is placed on the adaptive capacity of humans in interaction with their physical and social environments. SWK 350 examines conception through adolescence and SWK 351 young adulthood through old age.
Prerequisites: Psy 123, Soc 101, social work majors/minors only. Fall/Spring