The Human Services certificate and degree are designed to teach students entry level helping skills to work in the high demand field of Human Services. Students will gain knowledge of human service delivery systems, communication skills for working with individuals, groups, and diverse populations, case management techniques, and will gain hands-on field experience in one or more human service agencies.
Human Services (AS) Requirements
|Complete Core Courses, 17 units||Units|
|CBOT 432||Introduction to Computer Applications||3 units|
|HMSV 100||Introduction to Human Services||3 units|
|HMSV 110||Introduction to Counseling and Interviewing||3 units|
|HMSV 115||Introduction to Case Management||3 units|
|HMSV 120||Public Assistance and Benefits Program||1 unit|
|HMSV 161||Information and Referral: Understanding Community Resources||1 unit|
|HMSV 672||Cooperative Education: Internship||3 units|
|Selective Courses, choose a minimum of 11 units from the following:||Units|
|BUS. 401||Business Communications||3 units|
|COMM 130||Interpersonal Communication||3 units|
|HMSV 262||Introduction to Family Support: Building Respectful Partnerships||3 units|
|ECE. 262||Introduction to Family Support: Building Respectful Partnerships||3 units|
|HMSV 264||The Life Cycle of the Family||3 units|
|ECE. 264||The Life Cycle of the Family||3 units|
|HMSV 265||Family Development Portfolio, Part I||1.5 units|
|HMSV 266||Family Development Portfolio, Part II||1.5 units|
|HSCI 100||General Health Science||3 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.