Social work and human services is a course of study for those interested in employment in such diverse settings as group homes and halfway houses; correctional, developmental disability agencies, and community mental health centers; family, child, and youth service agencies and programs concerned with substance abuse issues, family violence, homelessness, aging or other social issues. The primary focus of the awardee of the Proficiency Award in Social Work/Human Services is to assist students in securing entry-level positions in social services within local community agencies. Successful completion of appropriate coursework will enable students to either further their education, seek employment in a variety of social service organizations, or both.
|Introduction to Psychology
|Introduction to Social Work and Human Services
|Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
|Required Additional Course
|or PSY V05
|Introduction to Developmental Psychology
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Conceptual understanding of system concepts, theories, and techniques that are foundational to the practice of human/social services.
- Demonstrate an understanding of assessment methods, treatment planning, and case management.
- Demonstrate understanding of recovery oriented behavior health services.