SOCW 820 - Human Behavior I: Micro Knowledge and Theory

This is the first of two Human Behavior and the Social Environment courses. From a systems/ecological approach, this course will focus on a range of social systems theories, social roles, and the life cycle of general human development from conception to older adulthood. Course content will also include an overview of cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic theories as applied to professional micro social work assessment and case summary analysis. A holistic ecological framework will include an examination of factors related to socioeconomic, gender, and cultural diversity environmental contexts.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Graduate Standing
Last updated: 05/23/2022