Domestic Violence Services, College Credit Certificate
Program Code: VICC
Delivery Method(s): Online
Previous Degree Required: HS Diploma
Eligible for Financial Aid: Yes
Additional Limited Access Application Process Required: No
Program Testing Requirements:
Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code: 51.1599
Florida Department of Education CIP Code: 0451159904
This certificate is part of the Social and Human Services A.S. degree program.
A Domestic Violence Services Specialist works under the direct supervision of social workers, psychologists, sociologists, and other professionals. This College Credit Certificate Program is designed to be the first educational step to a professional career in Social and Human Services with an emphasis in the area of domestic violence.
It will provide credit course work for those employed in human service agencies as well supplemental education for those already working in the field. It will provide credit course work for those employed in domestic violence service occupations as well as those who seek to enter the profession without experience.
This certificate program provides academic coursework specifically related to issues in domestic violence as well as a three-credit practicum where students gain fieldwork experience. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associates Degree (A.S.) in Social and Human Services. Visit the program page for more details and how to apply.
|HUS 1001||Introduction to Human Services||3|
|HUS 1302||Basic Counseling Skills||3|
|HUS 2318||Domestic Abuse and Family Violence||3|
|HUS 2445||Practices for Working with Dysfunctional Family Systems||3|
|HUS 2502||Issues and Ethics in Domestic Abuse and Family Violence||3|
|HUS 1801||Human Services Practicum 1||3|
|or HUS 1940||International Practicum for Social and Human Services - Study Abroad|
|Total Credit Hours||18|