SW 3300 Human Behavior and the Social Environment I
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

This course is a study of human behavior during the developmental phases of infancy, early childhood, and adolescence. Biological, psychological, and social aspects of development are integrated to provide a comprehensive understanding of individuals within the context of social environments. Multiple theoretical perspectives are explored to guide practitioners in decision-making with regard to client assessment, intervention, and evaluation. This course serves as one of three Critical Thinking through Writing (CTW) courses required of all Social Work majors.