Examination of human service systems and of characteristics of society that impel communities to assume responsibilitiy for providing human services. Exploration of various strategies for meeting individual and community needs. Increased responsibility for integrating helping skills into small-group setting. Discussion and analysis of field work. Students must be qualified ( based on Accuplacer) to take ENG 101 in order to register for this course. Four class hours. In conjunction with this course, the student must take and pass HUM 212 Field Work in Human Services IV.
Prerequisite: HUM 201 with a grade of C- or better or permission of department.
Course Offered Fall and Spring
Service Project (HUM 202-CC1, 202-CC2):
In this capstone course students work with the Human Service Department to develop an appropriate placement to meet the needs of the course. Placements that meet the service-learning criteria can be deemed as a service-learning placement with the approval of the service-learning office. For information on criteria for your placement, contact Susan Bender at 262-1710 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. (115 hours - Option) F-07