SWK 303 - Human Behavior and Social Environments - Macro
[3 credit(s)] Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor. Comparative study of human behavior within the contexts of formal and informal social systems (families, small groups, neighborhoods, organizations) focusing on the relationship between social environment and human behavior. Students compare and contrast theories that impact the functioning of individuals in various categorical groups. Such as analyzing the culture of poverty, the impact of social economic status and the changing community patterns.