Human Services

Program Outcomes

Criminal Justice

  1. Students will recognize the political, social and environmental forces that impact the nature, extent, and causation of crime.
  2. Students will recognize the role of the criminal justice system in addressing human conduct and related social problems which affect the well-being of individuals in society.
  3. Students will describe causation and impact of crime on society and the concept of justice from different points of view that reflect critical and independent thinking.
  4. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the various roles of the Criminal Justice professionals.
  5. Students will describe the history and current philosophical trends related to the nature, extent, and causation of crime.
  6. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the core values of the criminal justice field and the professional code of ethics.
  7. Students will apply their knowledge of the criminal justice system, crime prevention, and intervention in non-profit organizations in the community.
  8. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the importance of culturally sensitive care in the field of criminal justice.
     

Substance Abuse

  1. Students will recognize the familial and societal forces that create and contribute to the disease of alcoholism, drug addiction, and related problems.
  2. Students will recognize how the drug and alcohol abuse problems affect the well-being of individuals and society.
  3. Students will describe treatment and recovery approaches for drug and alcohol abuse.
  4. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the various roles of the social worker. In substance abuse interventions.
  5. Students will describe the history, philosophical, trends related to substance abuse treatment and the recovery process.
  6. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the core values of the substance abuse field and the professional code of ethics.
  7. Students will apply their substance abuse interventions skills in non-profit organizations in the community.
  8. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the importance of culturally sensitive care in the field of substance abuse.
     

For more information, please call Allan Nass at 505-566-3608. Or send us an email at NassA@sanjuancollege.edu.