Human Services

Human Services

  • Description: The Human Services degree prepares students for entry level social service positions. Within the curriculum, students may select a human services generalist major or a major in gerontology assisting. The Associate of Applied Science degree in human services prepares students for employment as case managers, child care workers, program aides, mental health technicians, job coaches, outreach workers and social service aides.
     
Human Services Program Outcomes        
Program Measurements UsedResultsComparison DataContinuous Improvement
1. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the role of the human service worker and use effective skills and knowledge to fulfill this role.
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2. Explain theories underlying individual, family and group dynamics and how theory relates to practice in the social services setting.
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3. Demonstrate knowledge of community resources.
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4. Use effective skills and competencies in the provision of client services.
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5. Demonstrate cultural competency in human service practice.
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6. Demonstrate professionalism in all activities.
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7. Adhere to the NASW Code of Ethics.
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8. Develop a philosophy that is committed to the field of social work.
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9. Describe the importance of professional growth and be aware of continuing education opportunities.
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