This course explores human development across the life course with emphasis on the biological, psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual dimensions. Students study the concept of generalist social work from an ecological systems perspective that emphasizes the intersecting dynamics of humans with their environments. Consideration is given to the impact of human diversity, discrimination and oppression on the individual?s ability to reach or maintain optimal health and well being across the life course. Students complete 15 hours of service learning in which they explore life-course issues and reflect on a multigenerational perspective.Prerequisites: BIO 1090 Human Biology and either PSY 1000 Introduction to Psychology or SOC 1000 Introduction to Sociology.General Education: CIV: Social Justice; CIV: Service Learning