Course: SOC 492. Human Behavior in the Social Environment (3)

This course presents students with a range of theories that seek to understand human behavior across the lifespan. It integrates biological, psychological, structural, environmental, political, global, and socio-cultural perspectives. This course also explores the relationship between the person and the environment including families, groups, organizations, communities, and institutions. Available for graduate credit.

Fall-2020 - Schedule of Classes

SOC 492

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