Human Services

Course Requirements

ID Title Class Lab Credits
Fall Semester (year 1)
HSVC110 Introduction to Human Services 3 0 3
HSVC120 Learning and Behavior 3 0 3
HSVC123 Supportive Communication Skills 3 0 3
PSYC114 Human Development 3 0 3
Spring Semester (year 1)
HSVC125 Individual Assessment and Planning
(AHLC114, HSVC110, HSVC123, HSVC120)
3 0 3
HSVC126 Issues in Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities
(AHLC114, HSVC110, HSVC123, HSVC120)
3 0 3
HSVC190 Fieldwork I for Human Services 
(AHLC114, HSVC110, HSVC120, HSVC123, HSVC125, HSVC126)
1 0 3
HSVC290 Fieldwork II for Human Services 
(HSVC190)
1 0 3

Prerequisite & Co-requisites are listed in parentheses.

Certificate

(Day/Evening Program)

For more information about this program, please contact Susan Parry. 603-542-7744 x5415.

The Human Services Certificate Program prepares students for direct service in human service agencies, with an opportunity for further studies leading to an advanced degree. All courses in this program are incorporated into the Associate of Science degree in Human Services. For individuals presently employed in human services, it provides educational opportunities for personal and professional development.

Many of the programs offered at River Valley Community College may be combined with the Human Services Certificate for a dual degree option. A State Police Criminal Check is the responsibility of students and may be required for fieldwork and/or employment upon request of an agency.

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