2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Human Services (24 Credits)

This concentration offers students the opportunity to explore a range of approaches to human services delivery and change, addressing a variety of personal, interpersonal, or environmental stressors.  Students are able to choose from between two tracks, either the Macro Track or the Micro Track.

The Macro Track offers students the opportunity to focus on initiating change on the community and societal levels through a variety of interventions including community organizing, advocacy, policy development, or economic development and administration (systemic change).

The Micro Track offers students the opportunity to focus on a range of direct interventions designed to support behavioral or interpersonal change for children, adolescents, and/or adults in a variety of human service settings (individual or small group change).

Requirements

Required Core

9 credits
CHMSR 1552Introduction to Human Services

3

CHMSR 2888Course in development

3

CPLCY 3552Social Policy

3

Macro Track Electives

Choose two (6 credits):
At least one course must be at a 3000-level
CMGMT 3440Not-for-Profit Management

3

CPSYC 2402Child Homelessness

3

CPSYC 3439Organizational Psychology

3

CSOCL 2402Sociology of Family

3

CSOCL 3016Social Issues in Aging

3

CSOCL 3551Activism and Change in Communities

3

CSWRK 3301Challenging Racism

3

Micro Track Electives

Choose two (6 credits):
At least one course must be at a 3000-level
CPSYC 3405Abnormal Psychology

3

CSOCL 1404Social Problems

3

CSWRK 3201Case Management in Social Work and Counseling

3

CSWRK 3301Challenging Racism

3

Related Electives

9 credits
Elective courses that are related to the concentration will be selected by the student in conjunction with the advisor based on student interest, goals and course availability.