Description
Human Behavior and the Social Environment II
3 Undergraduate Credits
This course continues with the study of human development from adolescence through old age. Students examine significant bio-psycho-social dimensions of adolescence, adulthood, and old age. An important theme is the reciprocal, interdependent relationship between the individual, family, community and society throughout adolescence and adulthood. Because this course is intended to help students prepare for social work practice, special attention is given to the study of common behavior disorders (e.g. clinical depression, addictions, etc.) and major social problems (e.g. domestic violence, etc.) in adolescence and adulthood. Prerequisite: SOWK 388
Details
Grading Basis
Graded
Units
3
Component
Lecture - Required
Offering
Course
SOWK 389
Academic Group
College of Beh and Social Scie
Academic Organization
Social Work
Campus
Coppin State University
Enrollment Requirements
Prerequisite: SOWK 388