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Course Information and Descriptions
HUS 251
Addiction Counseling and Treatment II (4-0)4 Hours
(Formerly HUX 171) This course will provide an overview of the
treatment process from evaluation and intake through discharge, with
an emphasis placed on interviewing skills, record keeping and
documentation. Specific topics include screening, assessment,
diagnosis, intake, treatment planning, case management, cooccurring disorders, discharge planning, and referral. The course
encompasses a study of screening and assessment procedures used to
gather information during the client intake process that form the
basis for a multivariate diagnosis of addictive disorders as described
in the current edition of the DSM. Screening and assessment
instruments will be utilized with the Bio/Psycho/Social evaluation to
formulate and support a Diagnostic Summary. The current ASAM
Patient Placement Criteria will be utilized to match the client with
the appropriate level of care and appropriate differential treatment
plan.
Prerequisite: HUS 151 (C or better)
HUS 253
Advanced Addictions Counseling Skills (2-2) 3 Hours
(Formerly HUX 176 and HUX 177) This course is a study of the
major theoretical approaches used in counseling alcoholism,
substance abuse, and addictive disorders. Theories and principles of
both group work and individual counseling in a variety of human
service settings are explored. Students are expected to participate as
both clients and counselors in role plays to apply this knowledge.
Client problems that often coincide with addictive disorders will be
addressed.
Prerequisite: HUS 151 (C or better)
HUS 274
Human Services Practicum Orientation (1-0) 1 Hour
This course prepares students for the practicum experience in the
various Human Services Programs. Students will gain an
understanding of the practicum process, required paperwork, ethical
considerations, and the supervision requirements. In addition,
students will prepare resumes, practice interviewing skills, develop
professional demeanor, and begin the interview process with
potential practicum sites.
Prerequisite: HUS 154 (formerly HUX 174), HUS 155 (formerly
HUX 175), HUS 251 (formerly HUX 171), and HUS 253 (formerly
HUX 176 and HUX 177) (all C or better)
HUS 275
Addiction Counseling Practicum I (1-18)
4 Hours
(Formerly HUX 271) This course is an on-site, unpaid supervised
practicum experience working directly with clients, family members,
and groups in community treatment centers. Experience may include
in-patient, out-patient and intensive out-patient models. Total of 295
practicum hours, which includes 40 hours of supervision and a
supervision seminar class.
Prerequisite: HUS 274 C or better, and approval of Department
Chair, and minimum GPA of 2.5
HUS 276
Addiction Counseling Practicum II (1-18) 4 Hours
(Formerly HUX 272) This course is a continuation of HUS 275
Addiction Counseling Practicum I, When appropriate, Practicum II
will be performed in a different setting than Practicum I. The student
will be expected to initiate a leadership role in therapeutic
intervention with clients at a higher skill level than in Practicum I.
Students will complete a total of 295 practicum hours, which
includes 40 hours of supervision and a supervision seminar class.
Prerequisite: HUS 275 (formerly HUX 271) (C or better), approval
of department chair, and a minimum G.P.A. of 2.5
HUS 299
Special Topics in Human
1-3 Hours
Services (Variable)
Special topics will be developed for the different Human Services
Options. Topics developed will focus on a specific current issue in
the areas of adult services or alcohol and substance abuse.
Note: A maximum of six (6) credit hours of HUS 299 may be used
as elective credit toward an A.A.S. degree in Human Services.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
May be taken four times, but any topic only once
Humanities (HUM)
Communication Arts, Humanities and
Fine Arts Division, Room B210, (847) 543-2040
HUM 121 Introduction to Humanities I (3-0)
3 Hours
This interdisciplinary course introduces students to art/architecture,
literature, philosophy/religion/myth, music, and dance of western
(Europe; North, Latin, and South America) and non-western (Asia,
Africa, India) civilizations from ancient period to the end of the 14th
century.
Note: HUM 121 and HUM 122 are independent courses. HUM 121
is not a prerequisite for HUM 122.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Fulfills the CLC I/M Education Requirement.
IAI: HF 902
HUM 122 Introduction to Humanities II (3-0)
3 Hours
This interdisciplinary course introduces students to art/architecture,
literature, philosophy/religion/myth, music, and philosophy of
western (Europe; North, Latin, and South America) and non-western
(Asia, Africa, India) civilizations from the 15th century to the
present.
Note: HUM 121 and HUM 122 are independent courses. HUM 121
is not a prerequisite for HUM 122.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Fulfills the CLC I/M Education Requirement.
IAI: HF 903
HUM 123 Introduction to Film (3-0)
3 Hours
This is an introductory course on the historical, technical and
aesthetic study of film. Students will learn how the film maker
communicates to us through cinematography, mise-en-scene, editing,
sound and narrative construction and will gain a historical
perspective on the history of film art.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Course fee
IAI: F2 908
HUM 126 Introduction to the Performing Arts (3-0) 3 Hours
This course provides an introduction to current performing arts
trends. Theatre, music, opera, and dance will all be examined from
the point of view of the educated audience member. Students will
learn to better understand and evaluate the performing arts.
Terminology, practitioners, organization, and a brief history of each
discipline will be examined. This will be accomplished through
lectures, videos, and by attending actual performances.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
IAI: F9 900
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