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SW 340 Human Behavior and the Social Environment I

Integrative study of the biological, psychological and socio-cultural components of human individuality based upon social systems theory. Examination of reciprocal interaction between human behavior and the social environment throughout the life cycle of diverse client populations. Focus on effects of oppression upon groups and individuals. Emphasis upon respect for diversity in systems’ values, needs and goals, especially in relation to social work practice.

  • Hours: 3 hours
  • Prerequisites: PSY 240, PSY 346, SW 312 Pre/Corequisites: BIO 139 or BIO 257; Term: 2, 3