SW 227 Human Behavior and the Social Environment I

Examination of individuals, families, and communities, taking an ecological perspective of the life span; various cultural, economic, and ethnic factors that influence lives; application of social work values and how these relate to developmental tasks in a socio-political environment. Field work required. Pre-Social work majors only.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

BIO 111 or BMS 111, SOC 233.

General Education