SLWK 610. Human Behavior in the Social Environment II. 3 Hours.

Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. Prerequisite: SLWK 601 minimum grade of C. Covers the life course from conception through late adulthood and/or death. Focuses on the influences of biological, psychological, spiritual, economic, political and sociocultural forces on individual and family coping and adaptation. Provides a multidimensional, multicultural perspective on the behavior of individuals and families based on theory and research with identification of the risk and protective mechanisms that influence development. Required core curriculum course.