Abnormal Human Behavior
Three semester hours.
This course will introduce students to the principles of understanding dysfunction in human behavior or social disorganization. Emphasis is placed on understanding cultural, biological, social, and psychological factors necessary when developing a holistic and ethical model of assessment and treatment planning. In addition, this course will assist students to understand the nature, needs, and problems of individuals at all developmental levels over the lifespan; to understand the issues in mental health that may stem from gender, race, class, sexual orientation, and religious differences; and to understand the nature, needs, and problems of a multicultural and diverse society.
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