SWK 321 - Human Behavior and the Social Environment II
Perspectives on human development and behavior in diverse contexts, including: culture, oppression, poverty, gender, ethnicity, physical and social settings. Implications for social work practice and policies. Young Adulthood Through Death. Course requires a 25-hour service-learning project.
Credit Hours: 3
Corequisite Courses: SWK 396 and SWK 443
Prerequisite Courses: SWK 320
Additional Restrictions/Requirements: Restricted to BSW majors main campus and/or extension site.
University Studies: Building Competencies/Information Literacy
Course Repeatablility: Course may not be repeated. Maximum Repeatable Hours: 3
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