HUM 301 - Field Experience in Human Services I

Students are placed for one day per week in human service settings where they learn first-hand about agency structure and function, the activities of human service professionals, and the application of human service skills. Settings include community centers, hospitals, family service agencies, community residences for the developmentally disabled, senior citizen centers, homeless shelters, child psychiatry clinics, etc. A one hour weekly class session reinforces the agency experience through case presentations and group discussion. This course is open only to students enrolled in the Human Services curriculum.
Please note: This course has 1 hour lecture and 7 internship hours per week.
Prerequisite: HUM 101 and [HUM 201 or Gerontology Major]

Course Credit: 3

Lab Hours: 7HRS.