CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
 
August 24 - October 5
10824 HS 4253 EL1 3 Ethics & Multicultural Divers
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 13 Location: ECTC E-TOWN Inst: Lynn Rosenzweig
  Examines ethical, professional, and multi-cultural issues/ dilemmas within the discipline. Particular emphasis is given to codes of ethics and the parameters of acceptable professional conduct. Human diversity is also a major focus. Recommended: HS 2103. GE MASTERY - EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
 
August 24 - December 1
10826 HS 4953 EL1 3 Human Services Practicum III F 03:00pm  03:50
    Enrollment: 4 Location: ECTC E-TOWN Inst: Jennifer Burdine
  Expectations for Practicum III, beyond the 120 clock-hour field experience includes: review for the Human Services Comprehensive Exam, a Mock Employment Interview, a Personal Evaluation and Growth Project Exit portion included in the Career Portfolio. Practicum III Portfolio and Career Portfolio are separate projects to be represented in two portfolios. Prerequisite: Engaged in last year of coursework and permission by practicum instructor. GE MASTERY - EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION - INQUIRY & ANALYSIS - APPLICATION/INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE
 
August 31 - October 6
10825 HS 4893 EL1 3 Mental Health Administration
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 13 Location: ECTC E-TOWN Inst: Gail Phoenix
  This course is designed as an introduction to knowledge, theory, and skills relating to planning, evaluating, and managing programs. The course will also address the influence of social, political and community structure on advocacy and social change. Recommended: HS 2103.
 
October 12 - November 30
10822 HS 3003 EL1 3 Hser Foundations & Issues
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 9 Location: ECTC E-TOWN Inst: Terri Dugan
  This course focuses on foundations for the Human Services, APA writing, and issues from the human service field. GE INTERMEDIATE - EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION - INQUIRY & ANALYSIS
 
October 19 - December 1
10823 HS 4013 EL1 3 Gender Studies
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 12 Location: ECTC E-TOWN Inst: Lynn Rosenzweig
  Designed as an introduction to gender relationships and communication in contemporary American society, this course provides an exploration of communication in families and in society. Additionally, the course defines the function of interpersonal communication in the creation and perpetuation of gender roles. The influence of gender enactment on success, satisfaction, self-esteem, and the counseling profession is also explored. Self-awareness exercises, which stress the application of theory and research, provide the opportunity for personal growth and development.