The curriculum prepares students for advancement in the Human Services field by providing coursework that prepares students for leadership positions. The courses are designed to enable students to link theory to practice.
Program Learning Outcomes
Identify the knowledge, skills, and roles of a human services field supervisor.
Demonstrate appropriate interpersonal communication and team-building techniques.
Identify and demonstrate methods used to resolve conflict.
Identify the effects, prevention strategies, and treatment methods associated with addictive disorders for employees under your supervision.
Identify areas of stress and the skills and management techniques for dealing with stressors.
Demonstrate professional work ethic traits and personal behaviors necessary for career success.
Students applying for admission to the Gaston College Human Services Technology Program MUST meet all Gaston College admission requirements for GENERAL ADMISSION to the college.