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SOWK 314 - Human Development in Context: Pre-Natal through Adolescence

3 Credit Hours
This course examines biological, psychological, and social theories and frameworks for practice with individuals and families. This course emphasizes the interaction between neurophysiological development and environmental contexts. Students explore topics such as risk and protective factors that influence and shape development while promoting resilience, and the influence of culture, oppressive systems, and dynamic processes critical to risk and resilience for vulnerable populations. Additionally, students examine practice implications for promoting healthy development including early prevention policies, practices, and services. 

Satisfies General Education Requirement through the 2021-2022 academic catalog: (WC)
Comment(s): Students enrolled in the Social Justice minor may register for course with departmental approval.
Registration Restriction(s): Social work majors only.



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