HUM 211 - Field Work in Human Services III
Students select field placement to enhance attainment of individual career goals. Under experienced agency supervisors, students carry increased responsibility for clients and for agency program planning. Further development of the specific helping skills needed for effective functioning in the chosen agency. In conjunction with this course, the student must take and pass HUM 201 Models of Helping. Open only to students in HUM 201. Nine field work hours per week.
Prerequisite: HUM 112 with a grade of C- or better.
Course Learning Outcomes
1. Through field experience students will recognize, identify and compare how various theories and models are used in the assessment and treatment of clients at their agency.
2. Through field experience students will scrutinize the efficacy of the different models, theories,and roles utilized with clients at their field site.
3. Students will examine and distinguish the organizational structure of their field site and describe the internal and external operational components.
4. Through field experience students will analyze their own capacity for working in a human services agency.
Course Offered Fall and Spring
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Fall Semester 2018