Course syllabus for SOCW 350 Social Work Perspectives on Human Behavior
Course description: Social workers, allied health personnel, and other helping persons can benefit from viewing professional practice situations in a way that incorporates the four basic interacting sources of behavior: social, cultural, biological, and psychological. This course helps students to integrate within a social work practice framework those social science concepts which are relevant to human behavior. Practice situations will be analyzed through case materials, role plays, and audiovisual aids.
Monroe, Sonya, "SOCW 350 Social Work Perspectives on Human Behavior" (1989). Social Work Syllabi. 19.