2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

SWK216: Human Behavior and Diversity II

3 Credit(s)
Building on SWK215 , theories of human development across the life cycle, from adolescence through later adulthood, are addressed. Differences in experience based on gender, ethnic background, social class, and religion are explored. This course also explores human behavior and development in the macro-social environment. Using an ecosystems perspective, the course examines the various stages of development typical of groups, organizations and communities as well as their impact on human functioning.
Prerequisite(s): SWK215  or permission of instructor.