SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES
Section: HS 101-150
Credits: 3 credit hours
Availability: 14 (Capacity: 19)
12:00 PM - 1:25 PM
Fulton Campus - F152
Students will learn about the various types of human services organizations that serve our community and society at large. Specifically, students will become acquainted with local and regional agencies providing services in and around the local community. This course also introduces students to the many issues involved in delivering social services in a wide range of settings in contemporary society. Topics may include, but are not limited to: themes and purposes in human service, frameworks and models, agency structures and funding, professional roles and duties, intervention strategies, managed care, professional skills development, and ethical considerations. This course emphasizes the development of practical knowledge for future human services professionals.
INTERESTED IN TAKING THIS COURSE?
There are several ways to register for this course, depending on the type of student you are. If you wish to attend Cayuga as a first-time student seeking a degree, you can review the Admissions process to get started. If you are a returning Cayuga student from the previous semester, you can log into your myCayuga account and self-register. If you are interested in taking this individual course for transfer credit, view our Non-Degree Student page for information on how to register.
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