Dec 07, 2021
Total Credits: 30
Major Number: 5736
CIP Code: 44.0000
The Human Services Technician Certificate is designed for students seeking entry-level positions in the human services field. The student will acquire an understanding of the concepts, principles, skills, methods and techniques necessary for a paraprofessional position in social welfare agencies.
Prospective students should be aware that a MN Human Services background study with no restrictions may be required for internships and employment. Please contact a program instructor for any questions or concerns about the background study.
Career/Occupational Elective Requirements
MnTC/General Education Requirements
MnTC Elective Requirements
Additional Elective Requirements
General Requirements for Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates
See Century College Policy 126.96.36.199
Grade of C or higher in all Career/Occupational courses is required.
Grade of C or higher in all specifically designated General Education/MnTC courses is required.
Transfer, Articulation Agreements, and Partnerships
See the Century College website for information regarding transfer.
This program is intended primarily for employment preparation rather than transfer to a four-year institution. Some courses may not transfer to a number of four-year colleges. If you are considering the possibility of transfer, you may wish to talk with your advisor, counselor, or program instructor before registering to discuss your goals, look at programs designed for transfer, and develop a plan.
Program Learning Outcomes
At the end of this program students will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the interdependence of cultures and communities and skills and values needed to effectively live and work in a diverse global society.
- Demonstrate strategies for evaluating personal skills, styles and values in the group process to use group work with special populations.
- Demonstrate skills such as case management, record keeping, intake procedures, assessment models, and methods, interviewing skills and techniques specific to case management care plans and development, multicultural sensitivity, and population diversity.
- Demonstrate helper interventions with a focus on client empowerment and advocacy applied through a skills approach.
- Identify the impact of disability on clients, their families, and the community.
Program Contact Information
Tracey Wyman 651.747.4093 Room 2248 East
Sheila Gunderson 651.773.1784 Room 2246 East
Please note that this is a sample course sequence. Individual schedules will vary depending upon student needs, goals, and availability. Students are recommended to meet with their advisor, counselor, or faculty program instructors to create an individualized plan that includes prerequisites and application requirements. For detailed program information see the Century College website. This information is subject to change.
This information is subject to change. Changes and updates are posted on century.edu
Century College is a member of Minnesota State. We are an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and educator.
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