Description
Human Behavior and Social Environment II
Study of the biological, psychological, and social theories of human development from young adulthood to old age. Human development is examined using the underpinning of the ecological systems perspective including the multiple factors that impact development such as race, social class, gender, and religion. Prerequisite: SOWK 524.
Details
Grading Basis
A-F Grade/Audit Option
Units
2
Component
Lecture - Required
Offerings
Course
SOWK 525
Academic Group
General
Academic Organization
Social Work & Sociology
Campus
College Place
Course
SOWK 525
Academic Group
General
Academic Organization
Social Work & Sociology
Campus
Billings
Course
SOWK 525
Academic Group
General
Academic Organization
Social Work & Sociology
Campus
Missoula