SW 3340 - Human Behavior and the Social Environment I
The study of human behavior as it influences and is influenced by the social environment, including factors such as race, age, social class, gender and geographic location. Provides an understanding of the impact of these factors from birth to adolescence. A social systems model is used to study the impact of these influences on individuals, families, groups, organizations and community. Open to majors and Interdisciplinary majors with Social Work as one area of concentration, or permission of the instructor. Falls. Prerequisite(s): PS 2010, SO 2220, SW 2200, and SW 2500.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.