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SOWK2850 Human Behavior in the Social Environment I: Theoretical Approaches throughout the Lifespan (3)

This is the first of two courses in human behavior in the social environment which will focus on a cell to society approach, paying special attention to small towns and rural communities. This course will review the processes for biological, psychological, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual development. An ecosystems framework will be employed to give special attention to diversity issues such as ethnicity, social class and discrimination as factors affecting human development Prerequisites: POLS1030, BIOL1060, PSYC1550, SOGY1550, Program admission required. Corequisites: SOWK2110