Undergraduate Course Catalog 2006-2007

COURSE: 78-250 Human Behavior in the Social Environment I (3)
This course is designed to provide students with a basic framework for understanding intrapsychic and interpersonal human functioning within the context of social systems. During the semester, students learn the principles and terminology of systems theory, as well as theories of human development through the life cycle, from conception to adolescence. Emphasis is placed on intervention strategies that attempt to resolve problems at each of these stages of development.