A work-study course providing opportunities to reinforce skills learned in the Social Science areas and to apply those skills in actual job situations. May be repeated up to 6 credits.
Minimum of 12 credit hours of general curricula.
- Integrate the foundations of knowledge, skills, professional attitudes and values associated with a careerfield in the helping and human resource professions.
- Discuss the dynamics and multiple causes of interpersonal, family, and organizational dysfunction.
- Utilize a range of helping strategies and skills appropriate for prevention and early intervention work in a variety of settings.
- Apply the basic knowledge and practice of counseling and problem solving skills.