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SWRK 246: Human Behavior in the Social Environment

Humans relate to one another in diverse families, groups, organizations, and communities. Through traditional and alternative theoretical perspectives on human behavior, students apply prerequisite and advanced material from biology, sociology, psychology, and social work to assess situations encountered by social workers. Diverse examples are drawn from literature, social work research, and from students' autobiographies. Offered annually in the fall semester. Counts toward management studies concentration.
Prerequisites: SOAN 121, PSYCH 241, and BIO 123 or BIO 243; open to non-majors by permission of chair only.

Social Work

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...only after satisfactory completion of SWRK 221 , SWRK 246 , SWRK 254 , and a program application...

Management Studies

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...Modeling SWRK 246 Human Behavior in the Social Environment SWRK 258 Social Policy SWRK 274...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...SWRK 221 Social Work and Social Welfare SWRK...Traditions (0.25) DANCE 246 Dance in the...

American Studies

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...SWRK 221 Social Work and Social Welfare SWRK...Art Since 1945 DANCE 246 Dance in the...