|Graduate Course Details|
|Title||Human Behavior & the Social Environment: Health & Mental Health|
This course promotes a holistic orientation to the assessment and understanding of the complexity of bio-psychosocial human functioning in cultural contexts, and explores the diverse array of possible interventions. The course is designed to enable students to research and critically analyze the existing knowledge base in the health and mental health fields, and to apply their understanding to social work assessment and intervention. Prerequisites: SWK 722 or 797.