Principles of Human Services
Principles of Human Services uses knowledge and skills in family studies and human development to enhance personal development, foster quality relationships, promote wellness of family members, and manage multiple adult roles. This course introduces students to careers in counseling and mental health, child development, family and community, personal care services and consumer services.
Family and Community Services
Family and Community Services is a laboratory course that prepares students for employment in counseling and mental health, family and community services, personal care, and consumer services. Students will plan, develop, implement, and evaluate community and service-learning activities that benefit individuals, families, or the community. Emphasis is placed on developing organizational and leadership skills.
Counseling and Mental Health Services
Counseling and mental health investigates careers in counseling, mental health and social work. This class explores material in counseling and mental health as it relates to health & wellness across the life span. Students will study the psychological effects of chemical dependency, mental health issues and apply knowledge of ethical and legal responsibilities for counseling and mental health professionals.
Practicum in Human Services
Practicum provides a unique experience that allows students the opportunity to participate in a learning environment that combines classroom instruction with real business and industry career experiences through an internship. Students will gain academic and career preparation to pursue high demand and high skill careers.