HUS 2500 Introduction to Ethics in Human Services

This course teaches ethical decision making in the human services arena. It explores professional and legal standards such as confidentiality, privileged communication, candor and informed consent, competence, loyalty, diligence, fairness, and due care. It addresses moral issues including multicultural counseling, dual role relationships, suspected child abuse, third party harm, suicide, paternalism, and involuntary commitment.

3 credits