Human Services A.A.S.

Course Description

Counseling & Case Management

This course will provide an applied foundation to interviewing and counseling techniques. Students will examine strategies pertaining to intentional interviewing and effective interventions. Focus will be given to human strength and resilience. Attention will also be given to the foundations of case management and the importance of this role as a human service provider. Cultural consideration will be integrated into both aspects of this course. Prerequisites: HUMS 200 and SOCI 101 3 credits (3 lecture hours/week), spring 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.