HSW 100: Introduction to Human Services
This course is an introduction to basic human services. It includes discussions of major target populations, the major helping professions, the social context and the history of helping, roles performed by professional helpers, intervention skills, values and ethical and legal considerations. Students are challenged through group discussions to determine whether the field is suitable for them and whether their values are congruent with values espoused by human service professions.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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