Human Services - Child, Youth and Family Services
Join the front lines in the fight to aid at-risk children, youth and families. Our Human Services-Children, Youth and Family Services Concentration associate degree program opens doors to such human service roles as intake work, crisis intervention, consumer advocacy, residential counseling and more.
- Demonstrate the knowledge and skills needed to work in direct service delivery in human service agencies and programs;
- Illustrate a clear understanding of human behavior in all age groups;
- Explain and apply appropriate skills necessary for a micro/macro perspective in human service delivery systems;
- Assess and summarize concepts of psychological and sociological theories necessary for intervention techniques.
Our Human Services A.A.S. program is accredited by the Council for Standards in Human Service Education effective May 2013 through May 2018.
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General Education Requirements
|ENG 101||English Composition I||3|
|ENG 102||English Composition II||3|
|Elective||Quantitative Reasoning Elective||3|
|Elective||Aesthetic Sensibility Elective||3|
|Elective||Scientific Reasoning Elective||4|
|CJS 235||The Juvenile Justice System||3|
|HSW 101||Introduction to Human Services||3|
|HSW 102||Theories of Group Counseling||3|
|HSW 105/SOC 105||Social Policy and Ethics in Human Services||3|
|HSW 130 or HSW 155||H Introduction to Youth and Family or Introduction to Aging||3|
|HSW 202||Theories of Individual Counseling||3|
|HSW 203/PSY 203||Assessment and Documentation in Human Services||3|
|HSW 205||Volunteer Administration||3|
|HSW 210||Professional Development in Human Services||3|
|HSW 211||Human Services Practicum II||6|
|HSW 216/PSY 216||Assessment Techniques for Child/Youth||3|
|HSW 220||Introduction to Adjunctive Therapies||3|
|PSY 101||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|PSY 215||Abnormal Psychology||3|
|SOC 101||Introduction to Sociology||3|