“As I was teaching at CCV I found I was getting the most from my students when we were out in the field – they really responded to that learning style – so I helped to develop classes in the environmental science program that maximize hands-on-learning.”
Daniel Schmidt Environmental Science Faculty Member
SWK 2011 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment
Credits:3An examination of the life cycle from a perspective of systems analysis. Studies conception to adolescence focusing on the interrelationships among physiological, psychological, social, and cultural systems. Specific emphasis is on the social institutions that affect movement of the individual through the life cycle. Prerequisite: Introduction to Sociology, Introduction to Psychology, or Human Anatomy & Physiology I.