SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
HUMAN SERVICE THEORY
Section: HS 102-150
Credits: 3 credit hours
Availability: 13 (Capacity: 15)
9:30 AM - 10:55 AM
Fulton Campus - F204
This course introduces and promotes the understandings, competencies, and skills necessary for professionals the field of human services. Students will gain an understanding of the nature of the helping relationship and the professional roles and expectations in the field. Students will be taught creative problem-solving, careful observation, reflective listening, communication, interviewing and assessment. Students will learn how to apply these skills and knowledge sets to working with individuals in a variety of community settings. Students will also explore their personal career goals, clarify their professional values, and begin the process of selecting their future field internship placement.
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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