Oct 19, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog
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SWK 305 - Human Behavior and Social Environment II


Analyzes development across the life course from conception through late adulthood and death. Integrating theory and research, explores the synergistic influences of biological, psychological, spiritual, physical and socio-cultural factors on human development. Examines contemporary challenges relevant to understanding development including substance abuse and addiction. Identifies the processes through which social systems promote or deter health and well-being. Emphasizes the strengths perspective; the potential for human adaptation and resilience; human diversity; the reciprocal nature of interactions among individuals, families, and other systems. Course Codes: ABHR.

Prerequisites & Notes
Course Codes: ABHR. Term Cycle: Fall and Spring. Typical yearly cycle: All Years.

Credits: 3



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