HUS 3605 Child Welfare and Family Services, SPRING 2018

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HUS 3605 Child Welfare and Family Services,  SPRING 2018
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Professor(s)
Department
Human Services
Course Code
HUS 3605
Semester / Year
Spring 2018
Course Description

Concepts, policies, practice principles and issues in the broad field of child welfare and family services. The major human services policies and programs designed for children and families at risk will be examined. A broad eclectic practical framework bringing about positive changes in children, adolescents and families will be presented and examined.

Acknowledgements

This course was created by: Gretta

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Guidelines for Paper

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Guidelines for Group Presentation

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