Concentrations

 

A unique feature of the program is an opportunity for students to pursue either a generalist or specialized base of knowledge. The Human Service student may select from among the various options available to specialize in: substance abuse/chemical dependency, law and human services, child and family practice, family violence, or rehabilitation. A sixth option is also available to students who prefer to pursue a more generalized approach to the profession. A broad range of selected elective courses are featured in an array of disciplines such as psychology, rehabilitation services, sociology, and criminal justice, as well as human services.
 
 
Students may choose from one or more of the following concentrations:
 
Option 1 Generalist (12 credit hours)
 
CJ 102, CJ 204, CJ 302,
HS 300, HS 302, HS 306, HS 315, HS 320, HS 405
HS/CJ/PSY 316, HS/CJ/PSY 317, HS/PSY 330, HS/CJ/SO 307, HS/LW 410
HS/PSY 215, HS/PSY/SO 332
PSY 214, PSY 304, PSY 307, PSY 311, PSY 312, PSY 322, PSY 410, PSY 424
SO 306
 
Option 2 Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency (12 credit hours)
HS/PSY/SO 215, CJ 205, HS 300, HS 302, HS 306
 
Option 3 Law and Human Services (12 credit hours)
CJ 101, CJ 102, CJ 202, CJ 204, CJ 302
HS/LW 410, LW 201, LW 355
PH/PS 340, PS 336, PSY 410
 
Option 4 Child and Family Practice (12 credit hours)
HS 302, HS 315, HS 330, HS/PSY/SO 332, HS 405
 HS/LW 410, LW 355
 
Option 5 Family Violence (12 credit hours)
CJ 101, CJ 202, CJ 204, LW 206
HS 315, HS/CJ/PSY 316, HS/CJ/PSY 317, HS/PSY 330, HS/LW 410
 
Option 6 Rehabilitation (12 credit hours)
RH 101, RH 201, HS/RH 204, RH 303, RH 305, RH 307