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SW 240 U1 UC UC16    

Hmn Behv & So Envr   3.00   01/07/2019   04/27/2019   Web/On-line Course

A study of human behavior and development from an ecological and social systems approach, including biological, psychological, spiritual, sociological, economic, political and system theories. The social work practice perspective emphasizes how lifespan development is affected by interactions among individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities at local, national and international levels. The impact of prejudice and discrimination on cultural diversity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical/mental disabilities and health issues as it impacts social and economic justice. Ethical values and issues are discussed. Prerequisites: SO 103; PS 101; SW 101; BI 140 is also required for the HBSE Content Area.

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