SOWK 4500 - Human Behavior and the Social Environment II

3 hours

Presents theories of human interaction as a framework for practice decisions. Employs an ecological and strengths-based perspective to explore social systems as vehicles for individual and societal change. This is part of a two-course sequence and focuses most specifically on systems which impact life, starting with the individual as a multi-dimensional system and moving through families, groups, organizations, communities, and society.

Prerequisite(s): SOWK 3500 , SOWK 3800 , SOWK 4540 .

Corequisite(s): SOWK 4800 , SOWK 4880 

Print-Friendly Page.Print-Friendly Page