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Human Services Minor

If you desire a career in a counseling or related field, a minor in human services will help you establish the foundational development of case management skills. The minor promotes content learning in human services courses to prepare you to help others. With training in this area, you’ll be able to provide the best care and understanding. After your demonstration of basic human service competencies, the human services minor allows you to specialize in psychology, sociology, or additional human services coursework to accompany your specific interests.

2020-21 Academic Year

Required Courses: 21 credit hours

  • CSL 202 Introduction to Human Service Counseling (3)
  • CSL 324 Fundamentals of Counseling (3)
  • CSL 342 Interviewing Skills (3)
  • CSL 470 Planning, Administration, and Evaluation of Human Service Programs (3)

Electives (9 hours) by advisement. Must be selected from the following (at least 3 hours must be 300-level or higher):

  • CSL 218 Personal Growth Counseling (3)
  • CSL 403 Group Strategies in Counseling (3)
  • CSL 409 Human Sexuality Counseling (3)
  • CSL 440 Substance-Related and Addictive Disorder Counseling (3)
  • CSL 445 Clinical Issues in Substance Related and Addictive Disorders (2)
  • CSL 449 Alcohol/Drug Assessment, Case Planning, and Management (2)
  • PSY 230 Life Span Development (3)
  • PSY 316 Social Psychology (3)
  • PSY 450 Abnormal Psychology (3)
  • SOC 220 Social Problems (3)
  • SOC 320 Social Welfare (3)
  • SOC 415 The Family (3)