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HHS 10. Exploring Health Careers

Explores various career choices available in the fields of health and human services. Used in conjunction with preprofessional preparation advisement program in the area of prehealth careers. (1 lecture, 2 lab hours) CR/NC grading only.

Units: 2

HHS 100T. Selected Topics in the Health and Human Services Professions

Interdisciplinary topics of current interest covering subject matter that is appropriate for all health and human services professional disciplines. Topics are rotated each semester. Field assignments may be required.

Units: 1-3, Repeatable up to 6 units

HHS 114S. Collaborative Leadership in Health and Human Services

Prerequisites: Admission to the CHHS Honors Program. Introduction to collaborative leadership values, knowledge and skills in Health and Human Services interdisciplinary settings as well assessing current issues in the field of Health and Human Services. Classroom content will be reinforced through service-learning, which is an integral component of the course.

Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall

HHS 115S. Applied Collaborative Leadership in Health and Human Services

Prerequisites: Admission to the CHHS Honors Program and completion of HHS 114S. Apply collaborative values, knowledge and skills necessary to implement a community needs assessment project in an interdisciplinary context. Classroom content will be reinforced through service-learning, which is an integral component of the course.

Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring

HHS 116W. Interprofessional Communication in Health and Human Services

Prerequisites: Satisfactory completion (C or better) of ENGL 5B or ENGL 10 graduation requirement; minimum of 56 units completed; declared major or minor in the College of Health and Human Services. Introduction to interprofessional communication and collaboration with an emphasis on advocacy and population-centered service delivery. Develops skills for written communication in the health and services professions. Meets the upper-division writing skills requirement for graduation.

Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring