Jan 28, 2023  
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HSML 4600 - Human Behavior II: Macro

3-3
4600. 3 hours. This course explores the interchange between individuals and their social environment. An examination of the role of family, groups, local and global communities in shaping beliefs and attitudes toward social problems for individuals and groups. This foundational knowledge promotes attentiveness to society as an integration of public, private and charitable behaviors and structures—all necessary to prepare an active and engaged community. This course considers human behavior from an empowerment-based perspective evaluating strengths and deficits based on theoretical concepts. Prerequisite(s): May take concurrently with HSML 4350. Course Typically Offered: Spring.