Human Services (HUS) Courses


HUS 102 Human Services in Contemporary America (3-0) 3 hrs.

An introduction to the contemporary Human Service field. It includes a philosophical and theoretical orientation to Human Services; exploration of agency structure, personnel and services and an agency visitation. Professional and personal human services competencies, ethics and the law are also examined.  B   View Course Syllabus Adobe Acrobat, PDF


HUS 103 Case Management (3-0) 3 hr.

This course focuses on the case management process. Students develop a basic understanding of the primary concepts and process of case management. Attention is paid to documentation, the interview, assessment, developing a service plan, managing information, networking, monitoring services, referral and successful termination and discharge. Prerequisite: HUS 102, Corequisite: PSY 150.  S   View Course Syllabus Adobe Acrobat, PDF


HUS 204 Field Experience I (4-0) 4 hrs.

Field Experience with individual and group supervision. The student will spend six –eight hours per week in direct agency service under supervision, for a total of ninety hours during the semester and class time in small group supervision. Emphasis will be on developing and strengthening human service competencies such as; assessment procedures, case management, interviewing, utilizing resources and networking. Prerequisites: HUS 102, PSY 150 and permission of instructor.  B   View Course Syllabus Adobe Acrobat, PDF


HUS 205 Field Experience II (4-0) 4 hrs.

Field Experience with individual and group supervision. The student will spend six –eight hours per week in direct agency service under supervision, for a total of ninety hours during the semester and class time in small group supervision. Field Experience II affords students a second placement with possibilities of exposure to a different area of human services or a similar, more intense experience. It also includes a major research project. Prerequisites: HUS 102, HUS 204, PSY 150 and permission of instructor.  B   View Course Syllabus Adobe Acrobat, PDF


Key to Course Offering Times

F Fall
S Spring
B Both or either Spring and Fall semester
JP Jan Plan/Winter Session
SU Summer