Human Behavior in the Social Environment

Course Number: 32700

Course Description

This core course teaches biological and social science concepts concerning human development in a social context that are fundamental to social work practice: social and ecological systems; life course development; culture, ethnicity, and gender; stress, coping, and adaptation; and major social issues related to development over the life course. Students learn a general framework and theory for integrating the concepts. Students with strong academic backgrounds in human behavior may be eligible for an advanced human behavior course. Enrollment is limited to SSA students only.

Requirements Filled

Core: Required Courses in the Core

Professors and Lecturers Who Teach This Course

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