SOWK 360 Human Behavior in the Social Environment I

The course involves the analysis of human behavior and the social context within which the behavior of individuals and families occurs throughout the lifespan. Developmental characteristics as well as theoretical perspectives from which to view behavior are examined. Specific approaches to be covered include biological, psychological, sociological, ecological-systems theory, and family-systems theory.




ENGL 106, ENGL 107, or ENGL 206 and any two lower-level courses from psychology, social work, or sociology