Students will gain knowledge about gang culture and become skilled at case management techniques and community service interventions. Courses are delivered through online instruction for this 16-credit certificate.
Admission Dates: Fall, winter, spring and summer quarters.
Prerequisites: Students must take part in a mandatory online orientation/advising meeting with the Instructors. Must be a High School graduate or have a GED by completion of the program. Students must consent to and receive a “No Record on File” report related to Crimes Against Persons.
This certificate is ideally suited for professionals working in human services, school systems, criminal justice, and correction fields. Participants take part in a 55-hour internship within their community.
|Catalog #||Course Name||Credits|
|HS 229||Introduction to Gang Culture||3|
|HS 132||Culturally Responsive Case Management||3|
|HS 134||Counseling Techniques for Gang-Involved Youth & Families||3|
|HS 130||Family Development||3|
|HS 136||Prevention, Early Intervention and Assessment||4|
|Total Credits for Completion||16|