Supporting Courses (6 credits)

BBH 146 Introduction to Health and Human Sexuality
BBH 301 – Values and Ethics in the Human Development Professions
BBH 446 – Human Sexuality as a Health Concern
 

CN ED 422 – Foundations of Addictions Counseling
CN ED 431 – Counseling and Teaching Youth at Risk 

CRIM 012 – Criminology
CRIM 422 – Victimization
CRIM 423 – Sexual and Domestic Violence
CRIM 441 – The Juvenile Justice System

ED PSY 010 – Individual Differences and Education

HD FS 129 – Introduction to Human Development and Family Studies
HD FS 229 – Infant and Child Development
HD FS 239 – Adolescent Development
HD FS 432 – Developmental Problems in Childhood and Adolescence
HD FS 453 – Family Participation and Involvement in Child Services
HD FS 455 – Development and Administration of Human Services Programs

NURSING 111 – Nursing roles
NURSING 230 – Introduction to the Fundamentals of Nursing
NURSING 245 – Violence and the Impact on Society
NURSING 409 – Intro to Forensic Nursing

PSYCH 212 – Introduction to Developmental Psychology
PSYCH 243 – Introduction to Well-being and Positive Psychology
PSYCH 270 – Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
PSYCH 410 – Child Development
PSYCH 412 – Adolescence
PSYCH 414 – Social and Personality Development
PSYCH 445 – Forensic Psychology
PSYCH 474 – Psychological Intervention in Childhood
PSYCH 476 – Child Psychopathology
PSYCH 497H – Human Development, Health, and Education from a Global Perspective

RHS 300 – Introduction to Rehabilitation and Human Services
RHS 301 – Introduction to Counseling as a Profession
RHS 400W – Case Management and Communication Skills
RHS 401 – Community Mental Health Practice and Services
RHS 402 – Children and Families in Rehabilitation Settings and Human Services

SOC 005 – Social Problems
SOC 430 – Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective

 

Additional courses may be acceptable, but need to be approved by the Education Coordinator.