ETHICS AND VALUES FOR HUMAN SERVICE PROFESSIONALS
Course level: "Upper Division"
"In this course students will become familiar with ethical standards for human service workers as outlined by the National Organization for Human Services (NOHS). An emphasis is placed on understanding concepts of least intrusive intervention, least restrictive environment, facilitating client self-determination, appropriate professional boundary maintenance, and employing interdisciplinary team approaches to problem-solving. Students will demonstrate understanding of requirements for client confidentiality, electronic record keeping, and portability of client information. (3 credits). Prerequisites: BSHS/305, BSHS/325; COMM/215 or equivalent, MTH/209 or equivalent."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn