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SWK317 Human Behavior in the Environment II

This course continues the study of human behavior with an emphasis on psycho-social development and ethnic sensitive social work perspectives. Attention is given to the interaction and influences of the psychological and socio-cultural dimensions of human behavior. These dimensions are viewed as interactional influences on individual behavior and the person as a member of a small group, community and of the large society and culture. Part II also emphasizes the multicultural component that is significant in social work practice.

Credit Hours: 3

Academic Catalog 15-16