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2014-2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
2014-2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

HSML 3600D - Human Behavior I: Micro

3 hours. The intent of this course to provide knowledge on multi-dimensional development of individuals and the range of social systems in which individuals live. In this class students will explores the study of human behavior by looking across the life course, and incorporating theories of human interaction as a framework for practice decisions. Material presented focuses most specifically on the human life course as it is impacted by multi-dimensional factors. Investigation of developmental theories gives students diverse viewpoints which can help identify leverage points for change. As the semester progresses, students become more adept at recognizing “theory in life and life in theory” in order to make well-reasoned practice decisions. Prerequisite(s) : Must complete HSML 3000D