HSA 362

Human Services Administration

4 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 1, 1998 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

This course, designed for those planning careers in human services administration, provides insight into some of the common problems and concerns of management in a human services agency. Students use actual case studies to focus on examples of organizational planning, community relations, the decision-making process and personnel management. Overlap: HSA 360 Health Care Management and Supervision I and HSA 362T Human Service Administration Theory Seminar.

Special information

Overlap: HSA 360 Health Care Management and Supervision I and HSA 362T Human Service Administration Theory Seminar.

Learning outcomes

General

  • The student will acquire an understanding of organizational theory, characteristics and types.
  • The student will acquire basic skills in strategic planning and long range planning.
  • The student will be able to implement basic concepts of administration and management as they relate to Human Service Agencies or Human Service programs.
  • The student will understand the essential leadership aspects of management as they relate to Human Service Administration and governance.
  • The student will understand various management roles, tasks, and styles.
  • The student will be able to identify basic concepts of administration and management as they relate to Human Service Agencies or Human Service programs.