CNS 340: This course provides an overview of Health and Human Services including: historical and theoretical perspectives, professional roles/standards/ethics, basic helping skills, populations/special needs served, organizational structures, and credentialing. Preventative services, advocacy, public policy processes, and contemporary issues also are considered. Course content, discussion, and assignments will aid students who, through their professional and personal lives, seek to improve quality of life and facilitate positive changes for individuals and communities. Related career paths include, but are not limited to, counseling, social work, medicine, dentistry, health policy, allied medical sciences, athletic training, physical therapy, and health promotion. Course delivery may involve lecture, group discussion, library and internet research, videos, individual assignments, presentations, and a final exam.
Live Sessions meet Tuesdays from 6:30 – 8:00 pm (EDT)
Office of Online Education
309 Reynolda Hall
P.O. Box 7545
Winston Salem, NC 27109