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2016-2017 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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SW 340 - Human Behavior and the Social Environment I

The course provides knowledge, values and skills employed in assessing groups, organizations, and communities. Emphasis is focused on the social systems perspective, social work values, and ethics and the issues related to the diversity of context. The course presents theories and knowledge necessary to practice in macrosettings (groups, organizations, communities and society). Offered fall semester. Corequisites: SW 317, SW 319, and SW 348.

Credits: 3

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