HUMAN SERVICES MANAGEMENT: THEORY & PRACTICE
Course level: "Upper Division"
"This course traces the historical context of human services management. Students will examine strategies for managing an integrated, multi-emotionally driven work force. Students will prepare to be generalists, understanding the scope of leading work forces under pressure. Students will employ learned management practices to distinguish, inspect, and measure the important attributes of program management and supervision. A focus on organizational behavior and the challenges of embracing workforce diversity, dynamic systems change, performance evaluation, and effective communication with a range of paraprofessional and professional colleagues allows students to explore their role as managers in the growing human services field."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn