SWK3073 Human Behavior and the Social Environment II .
A study of adult human behavior and the social environment in individual and family systems. The unifying framework is constructed with person-in-environment and social system perspectives. Special emphasis is given to the impact of cultural human diversity and discrimination and oppression, particularly with regard to the individual’s and family’s ability to function effectively throughout the adult developmental journey.
Prerequisite: Admission to the Social Work Program.
This course is offered in traditional and non-traditional formats.