2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin

CHS 381 Field Education in Human Services I

3 hours

This course is an applied field experience in community-based human service programs and agencies. Field education provides students an environment and context for the integration of knowledge, theory and skills learned in the classroom. Students to develop a practical understanding of the human service delivery system and its relevance to local, state and national social service policy and practice. Under supervision, students provide direct client services in efforts to assist individuals and community programs that address populations in need. The practicum experience heightens student awareness of the professional skills and ethical values intrinsic to the human services profession and affords them the opportunity to determine their appropriateness for the profession. Students will provide 8-10 hours per week of service and attend assigned supervision meetings throughout the semester. Assigned readings, field experience logs and a culminating research paper/project will be required.




ENG 201; CHS 310 or CSL 210; and permission of the instructor


Formerly CSL 381 Field Work in Human Services.

To register for this course, students must see the Center for Career and Professional Development