Social Service, Certificate
The Social Service certificate program is designed for students seeking short-term academic and in-service professional development, and for those with extensive social service experience or an academic degree.
|HSE* 101||Introduction to Human Services||3|
|HSE* 251||Work with Individuals and Families||3|
|HSE* 210||Groups & Interpersonal Relations||3|
|HSE* 241||Human Service Agencies & Organizations||3|
| HSE* 281 ^
|Human Services Field Work I or
Cooperative Education / Work Experience
|Choose ^^||Any three courses||9|
|Choose ^^||Any two courses :
ANT*, ECN*, GEO*, HIS*,
POL*, PSY*, SOC* or SSC*
|Total Credits Required: 30|
^^ Students are encouraged to meet with the program coordinator before choosing electives.
Division of Social Science and Hospitality: 860-512-2750
With the addition of experience in the field of social service and upon successful completion of all Social Service certificate program requirements, graduates will
1. Become familiar with the past, present and future of human services.
2. Become prepared to facilitate groups.
3. Be able to communicate orally and in writing in a manner appropriate to the profession of human services.
4. Be prepared to service recipient populations in the profession.
Source: 2011-2012 Course Catalog
For Additional Information, Contact: 860-512-2753