Human Services A.A.S.

Course Description

Helping Proc./Crisis Inter.

This course will provide students with the skills and techniques necessary to effective helping. Students will be introduced to the role of the helper as well as the process of helping. Students will gain knowledge and understand competent multicultural practices and helping skills as well as the theories associated with helping and crisis intervention. Prerequisites: HUMS 100, PSYC 101, HUMS 101, and HUMS 141 Co-requisites: HUMS 142 and HUMS 143 3 credits (3 lecture hours/week), fall semester

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Admissions Requirements

Students must be prepared to enter Composition and Research (ENGL 101) and Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry (MATH 102). Students who do not demonstrate the ability to meet these minimum requirements will be required to successfully complete preparatory coursework and skill-building classes before admission to the Human Services degree program.

Once students have met admission requirements, they will be allowed to transfer into the Human Services program.