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HSA 362 Human Services Leadership and Administration

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.
4 Undergraduate credits

Effective May 4, 2022 to present

Meets graduation requirements for

Learning outcomes

General

  • Classify and explain various organizational theories, characteristics, and types related to human services work.
  • Identify and discuss basic concepts and functions of Human Service Administration and Management related to human service agencies or programs.
  • Examine various management roles, tasks, and styles.
  • Compare and contrast essential leadership and supervision approaches and management styles as related to Human Services Administration and governance.
  • Demonstrate necessary skills in strategic planning and long-range planning of human services work.
  • Students will be able to apply critical thinking skills to managerial decisions involving social, economic, political, and /or legal tradeoffs.

Fall 2022

Section Title Instructor
50 Human Services Leadership and Administration Winston, Willie Books Course details