Degrees and Certificates
Human Services,Associate in Science
HSV111W: Introduction to Human Services
HSV114W: Case Management
HSV116W: Social and Political Issues in Human Services
HSV117W: Crisis Intervention
HSV125W: Trauma Counseling and Self-Care
HSV212W: Supportive Communication Skills
HSV214W: Issues of Children and Families
HSV216W: Internship in Human Services I
Internship in Human Services I offers an in-depth work experience enabling students to apply what they have learn in their coursework by working with a specific client population. Learning objectives and specific activities are individualized according to the needs of each student. A minimum of 135 hours is required.
HSV217W: Chemical Dependence
HSV221W: Internship in Human Services II
Internship in Human Services II is a continuation of HSV216W. A minimum of 135 hours is required.
HSV223W: Introduction to Counseling
Introduction to Counseling introduces the theory and practice of counseling and the counseling profession. Students explore the foundations of counseling, the counseling process, and theories and techniques used therein. Through lectures, class activities, and role play, students become familiar with career, school, group, individual, family, and substance-abuse counseling. The course also addresses the legal and ethical issues involved.