SWK 320. Human Behavior in the Social Environment-Conception to Young Adulthood.
(3-0-3); I, II.
Prerequisites: BIOL 105, PSY 154, SOC 101, SWK 230. Corequisite: SWK 324. Students study the development of human behavior in the context of social systems. Primary emphasis is on an exploration of needs and tasks of individuals, groups, families, organizations, and communities during various life-stages of growth and development. Environmental concerns affecting women, minorities and other special populations are examined.