Human Services
Course Number
HUS 231
Semester Offered

This course explores effective ethical and legal dilemmas and examines the issues of social justice and human rights. Students develop ethical decision-making and examine intervention and prevention strategies within human service practice. Students understand and apply ethical principles found in codes of ethics and standards of practice related to the fields of education, health sciences and human/social services. Topics of privacy, confidentiality, duty to disclose, and boundary dilemmas are covered in depth. Examples from federal, state, and local laws are used to help learners understand their legal responsibilities and effectively collaborate with professionals from the justice system.

CRJ 101 or HUS 101