May 2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
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May 2023 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MSW 501 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment II Oppression and Inequality

This course examines additional theories of development with a macro focus. The impact of race, religion, poverty, trauma, oppression, and inequality will be examined as it applies throughout the lifespan. Students will learn other multidisciplinary theoretical frameworks specific to other aspects of development to engage with clients and constituencies. Students will learn how empowerment practice, social justice and advocacy impact health and optimal growth and development.  Semester Credit Hours: 2.00 Contact Hours: 30/0/0/30 Prerequisites: MSW 500 Human Behavior in the Social Environment I . Corequisites: None.