Course Information: Multicultural & Social Issues  (20415)

This course is designed to identify and explore issues, strategies and successes with multicultural and minority clientele. It will prepare students to recognize and respond to factors that may affect the application of behavior analysis principles within and across community settings and focuses on research and best practices related to cultural competence in assessment and treatment as behavioral consultants. Community contexts and settings considered in this course include families and family homes, schools, service agencies and facilities; neighborhoods with district cultural identities; and places of employment, recreation, and commerce.

Required Materials:   Not Yet Available
Technical Requirements:   Not Yet Available
Pre-Requisite:   (( (BEHV 1101 with minimum grade: C )
OR ( BEHV 1101 with minimum grade: TRC) )
AND ( (BEHV 2000 with minimum grade: C )
OR ( BEHV 2000 with minimum grade: TRC )
OR ( BEHV 3000 with minimum grade: C )
OR ( BEHV 3000 with minimum grade: TRC) ))
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Course Attributes:   1. $0 in required textbook costs

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