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CHS 235 - Theories of Assessment and Intervention in Human Services

Description
This course provides an overview of the history, theory, and methodology of assessment and intervention in human services. The course focuses on relevant theories and interventions that have become commonplace when working with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities within the human services realm. Students will be introduced to the principles of, risk and needs assessment, crisis and emergency management, resource management, ethics, and individual and community advocacy in order to interface with government, private, and non-profit social service agencies. Case examples, excerpts and 10 hours of field education will be used to illustrate the principles of human service intervention and to expose students to what professionals in the field may say, do, and think, when working with diverse client populations and organizations. Class Notes: This class is listed for a mixture of synchronous and asynchronous online instruction. Students will be expected to be online on some dates during the specific days and times listed on the schedule, as communicated by the instructor. Attendance is required for all scheduled meetings, and though this class is entirely online, students are expected to be available at the specific days and times the course meets, with reliable Internet connection and devices capable of responding in real time to instructor questions and assigned work. Additional class material will be delivered in an asynchronous format, according to the course syllabus. Reserved seats are held for first-semester Justice Academy Students in the Human Services major only. Unfilled seats will be released to the general student population on August 2, 2021. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: ENG 101 AND PSY 101 or CSL 150. Requirement Designation: Regular Liberal Arts.
Credits
3
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2021, Spring 2021, Fall 2020, Spring 2020, Fall 2019
Offered
M, Tu, Th, MW, TuTh
Avg. Class Size
32
Avg. Sections
2