SWK 305 Human Behavior and the Social Environment I

The cultural, political, and economic factors that influence individual and family systems, and the effect of available social welfare resources on these systems. Emphasis on issues of human diversity, including, race, ethnicity, gender, age, and sexual orientation. 

Credits:

3

Hours

3

Requirement Designation

Regular Liberal Arts

Offered

Fall

Prerequisite

PSY 166 and SWK 239.

Corequisite

SWK 311.

Notes

Note: SWK 305 is offered only in the fall semester.