Graduate Certificate in Advanced Human Service Systems


Graduation Requirements

1.  Satisfy the University of Alaska Anchorage Graduate admission requirements as posted in the catalog.

 

2.  Complete ALL the following core courses (12 credits).  Courses may be taken in any sequence.

 

HUMS A610

Program Evaluation in Applied Settings

3

HUMS A630

Family and Community Systems

3

HUMS A650

Leadership and Organizational Development in Human Services        

3

HUMS A670

Professional Ethics in Human Services

3

 

3.  Complete ONE of the following courses in human development (3 credits). Courses may be taken in any sequence.

 

HUMS A680

Contemporary Issues in Human Development: Child

3

HUMS A681

Contemporary Issues in Human Development:  Adolescent

3

HUMS A682

Contemporary Issues in Human Development:  Adulthood and Aging     

3

EDCN A613

Human Development for the Helping Professionals

3

 

4.  Complete ONE of the following elective courses (3 credits). Courses may be taken in any sequence.

 

HUMS A640

Contemporary Issues in Rehabilitation

3

HUMS A660

Promoting Positive Development in At-Risk Youth                                

3

EDCN A614

Counseling Diverse Populations

3

PADM A601

Introduction to Public Administration

3

PADM A628

Administration of Financial Resources

3

SWK A665

Comparative Group Work

3

Other coursework may fulfill the elective requirements with the prior approval of a graduate advisor.

 

5.  Earn an overall cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.


6.  A total of 18 credits is required for the certificate.

Note: Coursework in the Graduate Certificate in Advance Human Service Systems does not fulfill the requirements for licensure as a professional counselor (AS 08.29).