HUS 131 : Problems of Children and Youth

This course provides the student with the understanding of the emotional, social, psychological, and physical needs of children and youth. Emphasis is placed on the influences and responsibilities of natural and surrogate parents and the nature and cause of the more common problems of children and youth. Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to assist with problem prevention and common problem resolution for these age groups.

Prerequisites

Admission to Human Services Program and permission of instructor

Overview

Program

hours

3
3T