Human Behavior in Social Environment II

SOWK-431

This course focuses on the theory and knowledge needed to understand human interaction in the social environment from a mezzo/macro perspective, including groups, communities, and organizations. Emphasis will be placed on viewing human behavior and social challenges as multi-causal and dynamic. Students will develop an understanding of how human diversity impacts the functioning of groups, communities, and organizations with particular focus on race, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation. Prerequisites: 331, admission to the social work program.

Credits: 

3

Department: 

Social Work