HUS 103 - Human Services Internship II3 Cr.
The Human Services Internship is designed to provide students with an opportunity to integrate theoretical concepts from the classroom with practical experience in a Human Services agency. Students will spend a minimum of 120 hours over the semester in an approved human service agency under the supervision of an experienced professional. Students are expected to develop appropriate learning objectives for their internship assignment with the assistance and approval of the instructor. In addition, students will meet regularly with their Human Services instructor. The Human Services faculty will visit the agency at least once during the semester and more as needed. Restricted to Human Services, Chemical Dependency, and Disability Studies majors. (Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters.)
Pre-Requisites: HUS 101 and HUS 102.
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