SWK 322.

HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT I (3). This sequential course is a study of how biological, psychological, social and cultural dimensions of human behavior impinge upon every stage of the life cycle from infancy through middle-school age. Knowledge is provided for the assessment of individual development and behavior, families, groups, organizations and communities. Social work majors must have gained admittance to the social work department. Prerequisites: BIO 127-128; HUM 103; HIS 131; SOC 110; PSY 251; SWK 220; GEO 206. Corequisite: ANT 328, or the equivalent.