Human Services
Course Number
HUS 125
Semester Offered

This course examines the theory, process, and practice of group work in human services through lecture and discovery. Students learn the value of groups, the stages of group development, the roles and tasks of the group facilitator, and the strategies for dealing with common group problems. Course material will focus on the unique issues of groups commonly found in human service programs: education, discussion, growth, support, and self-help. The experiential component provides the student opportunity to participate in a group with the goal of enhancing self-awareness of personal qualities and skills required for effective group leader roles.

HUS 101, HUS 121