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HSDA Program Student Learning Objectives

At the completion of the program students are expected to:

  1. Understand and be conversant with the historical development and scope of human services 
  2. Possess knowledge and theory of human systems, including individual, interpersonal, group, family, organizational, community, societal, and their interactions 
  3. Understand conditions that promote or limit human functioning, and be able to address limitations through accommodations for those conditions that limit human functioning
  4. Be able to use knowledge and skill training in systematic analysis of service needs; selection of appropriate strategies, services, or interventions; and evaluation of outcomes 
  5. Possess knowledge and skills in information management and be able to use them appropriately 
  6. Possess knowledge and skills in human services interventions that are appropriate to the level of education 
  7. Possess knowledge, theory, and skills in the administrative aspects of the services delivery system and be able to utilize them appropriately 
  8. Be conversant with human services values and attitudes and their application in practice 
  9. Developed his or her interpersonal skills to a human services professional level 
  10. Be aware of their own values, personalities, reaction patterns, interpersonal styles, limitations, and how this effects their professional interactions 
  11. Feel confident as human services professionals as quality supervised field experiences have enabled them to experience the work environment and understand professional work and expectations 

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