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HUS 110 Issues in Human Services
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite: None

This course covers advocacy in human services as it represents the interests of all individuals, children, youth, adults and the elderly. It is concerned with what is done with, for and to them by individuals and society in general. The course will be concerned not only with individual rights in society but within legal systems, and social services systems. The course also reviews the human service workers' role is addressing these conditions and working toward resolution. (1.2) Special Note: This course is one of four core courses (HUS 102, HUS 110, HUS 200, HUS 205) students must complete for the Early Childhood Education, Family Violence Counseling, Human Services Generalist, and Substance Abuse Counseling programs of study. Proficiency Credit Not Available Pass/No Credit Not Available

 
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