Human Services Minor

The interdisciplinary human services minor provides an opportunity to sample course work in several professional areas in human services. This minor is an excellent option for students whose career path may bring them into contact with various social services, law enforcement or public administration.

The minor in human services requires 18 hours of coursework:

12 Hours (4 courses) of Required Coursework:

  • GERO 2300, Introduction to Aging and Elderly
  • PADM 3331, Public Administration
  • SOWK 1301, Introduction to Social Work
  • SPCH 2310, Human Communication Concepts

6 Hours (2 courses) of Elective Coursework:

  • CRJU 4305, Juvenile Law and Process
  • CRJU 4307, Drug Abuse
  • AUSP 2360, Introduction to Speech and Hearing Disorders
  • GERO 4315, Interdisciplinary Health Care of the Elderly
  • GERO 4336, Death and Dying
  • GERO 4346, Family in Late Life
  • SOCI 3334, Social Problems
  • SOCI 3350, Family Violence
  • SOWK 3313, Social Welfare Policy I
  • SPCH 4323, Family Communication
  • SPCH 4311, Organizational Communication