Education


Prescribed Courses (12 credits)

CMAS 258 (HD FS 258) Introduction to Child Maltreatment and Advocacy Studies (3) Introduction to the multidisciplinary field of child maltreatment.

CMAS 465 (HD FS 465) Child Maltreatment: Prevention and Treatment (3) Advanced examination in approaches for preventing child maltreatment and treating its consequences.Prerequisite: CMAS 258 (HD FS 258)

CMAS 466 (NURS 466) Systems and Community Responses (3) An exploration of the multidisciplinary response to child maltreatment.Prerequisite: CMAS 258 (HD FS 258)

CMAS 493 Child Maltreatment and Advocacy Studies: Capstone Experience (1-3 per semester) This course serves as the capstone experience for students enrolled in the Child Maltreatment and Advocacy minor.Prerequisite: CMAS 258 (HD FS 258) Concurrent: CMAS 465 (HD FS 465), CMAS 466 (NURS 466)

Supporting Courses (6 credits)

  • BBH 146– Introduction to Health and Human Sexuality
  • BBH 301 – Values and Ethics in the Human Development Professions
  • BBH 446 – Human Sexuality as a Health Concern
  • CN ED 422 – Foundations of Addictions Counseling
  • CN ED 431 – Counseling and Teaching Youth at Risk
  • CRIM 012 – Criminology CRIM 422 – Victimization
  • CRIM 423 – Sexual and Domestic Violence
  • CRIM 441 – The Juvenile Justice System
  • ED PSY 010 – Individual Differences and Education
  • HD FS 129 – Introduction to Human Development and Family Studies
  • HD FS 229 – Infant and Child Development
  • HD FS 239 – Adolescent Development
  • HD FS 432 – Developmental Problems in Childhood and Adolescence
  • HD FS 453 – Family Participation and Involvement in Child Services
  • HD FS 455 – Development and Administration of Human Services Programs
  • NURSING 111 – Nursing roles
  • NURSING 230 – Introduction to the Fundamentals of Nursing
  • NURSING 245 – Violence and the Impact on Society
  • NURSING 409 – Intro to Forensic Nursing
  • PSYCH 212 – Introduction to Developmental Psychology
  • PSYCH 243 – Introduction to Well-being and Positive Psychology
  • PSYCH 270 – Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYCH 410 – Child Development
  • PSYCH 412 – Adolescence
  • PSYCH 414 – Social and Personality Development
  • PSYCH 445 – Forensic Psychology
  • PSYCH 474 – Psychological Intervention in Childhood
  • PSYCH 476 – Child Psychopathology
  • PSYCH 497H – Human Development, Health, and Education from a Global Perspective
  • RHS 300 – Introduction to Rehabilitation and Human Services
  • RHS 301 – Introduction to Counseling as a Profession
  • RHS 400W – Case Management and Communication Skills
  • RHS 401 – Community Mental Health Practice and Services
  • RHS 402 – Children and Families in Rehabilitation Settings and Human Services
  • SOC 005 – Social Problems
  • SOC 430 – Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective

 

*Additional courses may be acceptable, but need to be approved by the Education Coordinator.

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