Course Description for Human Behavior and the Social Environment I
Human Behavior and the Social Environment I
Description: This course provides an introduction to the social work view of the person in environment as well as an overview of theories of human development across the lifespan. Special emphasis will be given to the interactions between the person and family with systems of all sizes including groups, societies, and economic systems. The basic domains of system interaction (biological, psychological, social, cultural, spiritual, and identity) will be discussed especially as they relate to oppressed and at-risk populations.