May 29, 2024  
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HS 212 - Ethics and Values in Human Services

3 Cr. Hrs.
Common Learning Outcomes
05. [CT] Critical thinking skills: inquiry, analysis and creative problem-solving
06. [IL] Information literacy, 07. [DL] Technological and digital literacy
09. [WC] Written communication skills, 12. [ME] Moral and ethical reasoning and action
13. [PP] Professional preparedness, interpersonal and digital communication skills
15. [CD] Intercultural and diversity awareness and understanding

This course explores the legal and ethical issues facing human service practitioners.  Students will assess ethical concerns common to human service situations.  Professional codes of ethics and the concepts, boundaries, morals, and confidentiality within human services professions will be explored.   The roles, functions, ethical responsibilities of human services workers, including the process of ethical decision making and awareness of the moral and ethical complexities in the field of human services, are explored. 



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