Tompkins Cortland Community College

HUMS Discipline Courses


Course SubTypes Description
Human Services Elective
Lecture This course is used in the evaluation of transfer credits.
Introduction to Corrections
Lecture This course focuses on the components and programs that constitute the correctional system within the United States. Major topics ...
Introduction to Human Services
Lecture The purpose of this course is to identify agencies in the community that provide human services. Emphasis is placed on examination...
Introduction to Disability Studies
Lecture This course will introduce students to the emerging field of disability studies. Students will explore cultural, historical, polit...
Introduction to Aging and Elder Studies
Lecture This course presents an introductory level, interdisciplinary approach to the study of aging in American society. Sociological, bi...
The Process of Group Communication
Lecture, Prerequisite This course examines group process and its relationship to service organizations. Students study norms, roles, group rules, power,...
Intro to Early Childhood Education
Lecture Cross-listed as ECHD 125. This course focuses on the functioning of the total child, stressing the importance of early childhoo...
The Family: Strength-Based Intervention
Lecture A systems model is used to assess families' strengths and weaknesses in reference to meeting basic human needs of each member. Und...
Generalist Social Work Practice Skills
Lecture This course is designed to orient students to the knowledge, values, and skills utilized in generalist social work practice. This ...
Juvenile Delinquency
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture Cross-listed as SOCI 206. This course focuses on analysis of the demography of delinquency and gangs, the selective characteris...