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- Utilize accurate and effective case management skills, including assessment, client advocacy, developing treatment plans, networking, referral and documentation.
- Demonstrate cultural competence through self-awareness and the ability to effectively assist diverse individuals, families and communities.
- Identify and implement current and evidence-based methods in the human services profession.
- Practice effective oral and written communication skills, including listening and accurate documentation.
- Collaborate effectively with agencies and the communities the agencies support through networking, partnerships and resource development.
- Identify and practice all legal and ethical requirements and specific agency policies and practices.
- Some classes have entry requirements not listed here. Talk to a faculty adviser.
- This information does not substitute for meeting with a faculty adviser.
- Students must achieve a cumulative of 2.0 to attain an AAS degree
- AAS degree programs emphasize preparation in specific job skills required for entry-level employment.
- Not all classes are offered every quarter.
- Program offers flexible registration and open-entry enrollment.
- Coursework is highly interactive and includes field-based internships.
- Human services agencies will require you to complete a criminal history background check prior to offering you an internship or employment.
Professional-Technical Core Courses
Select 15 credits from the following electives:
Total Supporting Course Credits: 42
Related Instruction Courses
Total Related Instruction Credits: 15
Total Program Credits: 90
* Alternate courses may also be eligible. Discuss with your adviser.