I. Catalog Course Description
Prerequisite: SW 101 and SW 250
First course in a two course sequence that promotes a multidimensional understanding of human functioning and behavior across systems and the life course. Specifically examines human behavior manifested in larger systems as well as the reciprocal relationship between individual functioning and social institutions. Orients students to social work perspectives that view human behavior as being influenced and impinged upon by environmental forces. Advances student's ability to critically examine the role of power, privilege and oppression in shaping life experiences.
Scheduled SW-310 classes:
There are currently no SW-310 classes scheduled for this term.