HUS 152 - Current Issues Human Services
Course Description: Covers a range of specialties within the field of mental health and human services, including developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities, addictions, child and adolescent treatment, sexuality, family therapy, and depression, suicide, loss and grief. The course is taught through lectures and workshops conducted by experts in the field.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of ENG 101.
Course Student Learning Outcomes:
- Demonstrate a basic understanding of major contemporary issues in the field of human services
- Identify the basic social, political and psychological factors impacting human services in the community
- Explore career options and issues directly with primary practitioners
- Integrate and apply academic research information to real-life problems in human services
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