b"Humanities II, a continuation ofto alleviate them. Courseways groups operate; learn to Humanities I, provides anincludes such problems asorganize successful meetings; overview of history's mostunemployment, urbanization,learn to use tension creatively; memorable achievementscrime, juvenile delinquency,learn how to utilize action spanning the major worldalcoholism, drug addiction, andplanning and evaluation; develop civilizations of Africa, thedisaster; family problems includegroup leadership skills; develop Americas, Asia, Europe, and thethe aged, mentally ill, andskill in making referrals to and Middle East from theretarded. Field trips to more fullycounseling with other community Renaissance to present day. Aacquaint students with socialagencies; and stay abreast of global perspective is presentedproblems. (3,3,0)current social issues which affect through a survey of history,the community. Students are literature, music, philosophy, andHUS 1143 - Envisioning arequired to complete 60 hours of the visual arts. (3,3,0)Better Societyfield work in an appropriate agency. (3,1,4) Human Services (HUS)Credit(s): 3 HUS 2133 - Exploring Social HUS 1113 - Introduction toThis course is designed to assistIssues Human Servicesthe student in recognizing the reality of interconnection and theCredit(s): 3 need for a holistic approach in Credit(s): 3meeting personal and societalThis class is designed to expose needs. Students are required tostudents to conflicting views on This course is designed tocomplete 60 hours of field workmajor controversial social enable students to gainin an appropriate agency. (3,1,4)issues; to assist them in knowledge of the history ofanalyzing and understanding Human Services; understand theboth sides of an issue; and to present Human ServicesHUS 2113 - Developing concepts; identify varying rolesInterviewing Skillsenable them to reach their own conclusions in an atmosphere of the HUS worker andfree of stereotypes and understand contemporaryCredit(s): 3reactionary responses. (3,3,0) strategies in the helping professions; develop skills inThis class is designed to enable problem assessment and inthe student to effectively useInterpreter Training determining appropriateinterviewing skills, (i.e., open- (IDT) responses to client needs;ended questions, clarification, understand ethics and the law asreflection, silence, interpretation, they relate to the helpingsummarization, body language,IDT 1113 - Introduction to professions. (3,3,0)etc.) with normal and disturbedInterpreting persons; demonstrate HUS 1123 - Interpersonalappropriate interpersonal skillsCredit(s): 3 Relationsfor one-to-one helping relationships (genuineness,Defines interpreting terms; lists accurate empathy, non- and discusses code of ethics; Credit(s): 3possessive warmth, establishingplacement of interpreters in rapport, constructivevarious settings; discusses The course covers self-concept,confrontation); and demonstrateenvironmental factors; and listening skills, verbal andskill in keeping clinical recordsdescribes the assessment and nonverbal communication, skillsand in keeping simple statistics.certification process. (3,3,0) to help resolve interpersonal(3,3,0) conflict, and skills in self-understanding and acceptance.IDT 1123 - Foundation of (3,3,0)HUS 2123 - Affecting SocialDeafness Change HUS 1133 - Social ProblemsCredit(s): 3 Credit(s): 3 Credit(s): 3This course will provide students This seminar is designed towith knowledge in types of assist students to become morecommunication problems A study of the nature, scope,effective as members of groupsresulting from deafness, ease in and effects of the socialwhich interact with communitymixing with deaf persons, problems of today and thechange processes; analyze theoccupational trends for the deaf, theoretical preventive measures 348"