Human Behavior and the Social Environment
3 Credit Hours
This course provides a multidimensional overview of human behavior. It examines how different systems – family, society, group, community – interact with each other and the individual in the development and behavior of a person. It examines the challenges and pressures experienced throughout the life-cycle of a person. Students gain an understanding of the centrality of race, culture, ethnicity, and the socio- economic forces that influence the person throughout their life.