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CHS 415 - Senior Seminar in Human Services and Community Justice

Description
In this senior seminar, students will integrate and synthesize the skills, knowledge, professional standards and values acquired through the Human Services and Community Justice Major, and apply what they have learned to current human systems challenges. Students will design an evaluation plan of a community-level human services or community justice program, utilizing new research along with all they have learned to assess the effectiveness of a program and make recommendations for improvements. Students will create a summative capstone portfolio documenting their integration of theory, research, professional skills, and practical experiences, as part of their development as program evaluators. 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. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: ENG 201 and AFR 325 and CHS 320 and CHS 381 or CSL 311 or AFR 3XX. Requirement Designation: Regular Liberal Arts.
Credits
3
Attributes
ZERO Textbook Cost
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2021, Spring 2021, Fall 2020, Spring 2020
Offered
M, Tu
Avg. Class Size
24
Avg. Sections
2