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Human Services Case Management and Administration

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Human Services Case Management and Administration

The Certificate in Human Services Case Management and Administration, administered by the Department of Human Development, is designed to assist students in building a theoretical and applied understanding of working with people in a variety of human service settings including, but not limited to, social service agencies, health care agencies, non-profits, and educational institutions. Students are able to concentrate on either case management, which is focused on those wanting to work with clients, or administration, which is developed for those interested in managerial and supervisory roles.

 

To be admitted into the Certificate Program, students must (1) be certified in their WSU major or be a non-degree-seeking student, (2) have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0, and (3) have completed 60 semester credits.  The certificate is awarded based upon successful completion of 9 credits of core courses: H D 301 or 403, H D 385, H D 430, MGMT 301 or PSYCH 308, and 9 credits of either Case Management or Administration focus electives.  Case Management focus electives: CRM J 365/SOC 367, CRM J 403, H D 300, 350, 360, 410, 498, POL S 436, PSYCH 110, 333, 444.  Administration focus electives: ACCTG 230, 231, H D 334, 479, 498, MGMT 401, 450, MKTG 379, POL S 436, 442, 445, PSYCH 308, 309. A final grade of “C” or better is required for each course and 15 of the 18 credits must be taken in residence at WSU or through WSU-approved education abroad or educational exchange courses.

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