SOSC 100 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT I
This course teaches skills and competencies needed by human service workers to help families attain a healthy self-reliance, to understand their own needs, and how they can meet those needs using their own and the community's resources. This is the first half of the classroom component for the comprehensive curriculum of the Family Development Credentialing Program.
(3: 3, 0)
SOSC 101 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT II
This is the second half of the comprehensive curriculum of the Family Development Credentialing Program. This course teaches additional skills and competencies needed to help families attain a healthy self-reliance to understand their own needs and how they can meet those needs using their own and their community's resources.
Prerequisite: SOSC 100
(3: 3, 0)
SOSC 215 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE
This work/study program exposes students to an actual workplace environment. Earned credit substitutes for elective course work and should be consistent with a student's academic program and career interests. Participating sponsors include on-campus College departments as well as a number of private and public sector employers in the local area and nationally. Approval from the student's academic advisor is required. Students must maintain a daily work log and write a paper at the conclusion of the program describing their learning experiences. When appropriate, students may also be required to complete relevant reading assignments.
Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or ENGL 200, 24 semester hours of course work with a minimum 2.50 GPA, and permission of the student's academic advisor.
(3: 0, 9 to 6: 0, 18) Offered on request
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