Human Services Leadership Courses at Global Campus
Your courses in Human Services Leadership will teach you the skills to take on leadership roles at the various organizations that are tackling some of the most pressing problems confronting society today. You will gain an historical perspective of human services policies and social programs, and also develop the service skills to meet the current needs of diverse populations. These courses are included as part of the University of Arizona Global Campus' Bachelor of Science in Human Services Leadership degree program.
Human Services Leadership Class Descriptions and Credit Information
HSL 200 Direct Service Skills & Interventions in Human Services
In this introductory course, students will develop an understanding of the fundamental elements associated with the provision of direct services to various client populations. Emphasis will be placed upon formulation of a client assessment, development of interventions for clients, designing an implementation plan for interventions, and formal termination. Practical skills and competencies will also be highlighted, including the significance of understanding the role of evidence-based practice, problem-solving, proper documentation, and self-care.
HSL 300 Social Welfare Policy & Social Programs: A Historical Perspective
This course provides students with a comprehensive account of relevant social policies that have shaped the evolution of contemporary human services. An historical approach will be taken to examine various facets of how social welfare policies have been formed, as well as issues and considerations that have impacted their development and implementation. Students will gain insight into human service policies and social programs from the early 1900s to present day.