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    Aug 07, 2022  
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog
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SOWK 515 - Human Development in Context: Pre-Natal to Adolescence

3 Credit Hours
A required generalist course examines biological, psychological, and social theories and frameworks for individuals and families, emphasizing the interaction between neurophysiological development and environmental contexts. Risk and protective factors that influence and shape development while promoting resilience are identified. The influences of culture, oppressive systems, and dynamic processes critical to risk and resilience for vulnerable populations are explored. Practice implications for early prevention, policies, and services for healthy and atypical developmental patterns are examined.
Registration Restriction(s): Master of Science in Social Work – social work major. Graduate students only. Minimum student level graduate.
Registration Permission: Non-MSSW students may register with permission of program director.



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