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Family Studies and Interventions - PhD in Human and Social Services


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With the Family Studies and Intervention specialization, students gain an understanding of the use of advanced clinical theory and research methodology within a unique, client-centered ecological context. They study a broad spectrum of theoretical and clinical approaches to intervention, which emphasize the special needs of ethnic and racial minorities; gay, lesbian, and transgender individuals; and single-parent and low-income families. Students will gain skills in developing multimodal therapeutic approaches and recognizing special treatment considerations within a diverse client delivery system.

With this specialization, graduates can pursue careers such as community worker in family agencies, special needs assessment worker, and food and housing worker. Family Studies and Intervention graduates are particularly skilled at developing multimodal therapeutic approaches and recognizing special treatment considerations within a diverse client delivery system.

Course Sequence for Students Entering With a BS Degree



 

Quarter

Course

Credits

1

HUMN 8000 - Foundations of Graduate Study in Human Services 

 3 cr.

HUMN 8150 - Helping Individuals, Organizations, and Communities: Introduction to Human Services 

 5 cr.

 

RESI 8401 - PhD Residency 1

 

2

HUMN 8011 - Interviewing and Case Management in Human and Social Services 

 5 cr.

HUMN 8152 - Human and Social Services Administration 

 5 cr.

3

RSCH 8100 - Research Theory, Design, and Methods  OR RSCH 8110 - Research Theory, Design, and Methods♦  

 5 cr.

HUMN 8100 - Introduction to Research and Evaluation in Human and Social Services 

 5 cr.

 

RESI 8402 - PhD Residency 2

 

 

4

HUMN 8205 - Cross-Cultural Ethics in Human and Social Services 

 5 cr.

HUMN 8207 - Grant Writing 

 5 cr.

5

HUMN 8361 - Human Sexuality  

 5 cr.

RSCH 8200 - Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis  OR RSCH 8210 - Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis 

 5 cr.

  RESI 8403 - PhD Residency 3  

6

HUMN 8210 - Management and Leadership Development in Human and Social Services 

 5 cr.

RSCH 8300 - Qualitative Reasoning and Analysis  OR RSCH 8310 - Qualitative Reasoning and Analysis 

 5 cr.

 

 7

HUMN 8237 - Advanced Program Evaluation 

5 cr.

HUMN 8810 - Community Psychology  

 5 cr.

8

HUMN 8356 - Theories and Techniques in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling  

 5 cr.

HUMN 8660 - Social Change, Leadership, and Advocacy for Human Services Professionals  5 cr.
  RESI 8404 - PhD Residency 4  

 
 
9

HUMN 8550 - Preparing for Dissertation  5 cr.

RSCH 8260 - Advanced Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis  

OR

RSCH 8360 - Advanced Qualitative Reasoning and Analysis  

OR

RSCH 8460 - Advanced Mixed-Methods Reasoning and Analysis  

 5 cr.

10–13+ HUMN 9001 - Dissertation * 20 cr. (minimum requirement)–120 cr. (8-year maximum timeframe)*

*To complete a doctoral dissertation, students must obtain the academic approval of several independent evaluators including their committee, the University Research Reviewer, and the Institutional Review Board; pass the Form and Style Review; gain approval at the oral defense stage; and gain final approval by the Chief Academic Officer. Students must also publish their dissertation on ProQuest before their degree is conferred. Learn more about the dissertation process in the Dissertation Guidebook.

In general, students are continuously registered in the dissertation course until they complete an approved dissertation, which usually requires more than the minimum terms in the dissertation course shell.

Course Sequence for Students Entering With an MS Degree


Quarter

Course

Credits

1

HUMN 8000 - Foundations of Graduate Study in Human Services  

3 cr.

HUMN 8150 - Helping Individuals, Organizations, and Communities: Introduction to Human Services  

 5 cr.

  RESI 8401 - PhD Residency 1  

2

RSCH 8100 - Research Theory, Design, and Methods  OR RSCH 8110 - Research Theory, Design, and Methods♦  

 5 cr.

HUMN 8210 - Management and Leadership Development in Human and Social Services♦  

 5 cr.

3

HUMN 8361 - Human Sexuality  

 5 cr.

RSCH 8200 - Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis  OR RSCH 8210 - Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis♦  

 5 cr.

  RESI 8402 - PhD Residency 2  

4

HUMN 8207 - Grant Writing♦  

 5 cr.

RSCH 8300 - Qualitative Reasoning and Analysis  OR RSCH 8310 - Qualitative Reasoning and Analysis♦   5 cr.
  RESI 8403 - PhD Residency 3  

5

HUMN 8810 - Community Psychology  

 5 cr.

HUMN 8237 - Advanced Program Evaluation  

 5 cr.

6

HUMN 8356 - Theories and Techniques in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling  

 5 cr.

HUMN 8550 - Preparing for Dissertation  

 5 cr.

 

RESI 8404 - PhD Residency 4

 

 7

RSCH 8260 - Advanced Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis  

OR

RSCH 8360 - Advanced Qualitative Reasoning and Analysis  

OR

RSCH 8460 - Advanced Mixed-Methods Reasoning and Analysis  

 5 cr.

8–11+ HUMN 9001 - Dissertation * 20 cr. (minimum requirement)–120 cr. (8-year maximum timeframe)*

*To complete a doctoral dissertation, students must obtain the academic approval of several independent evaluators including their committee, the University Research Reviewer, and the Institutional Review Board; pass the Form and Style Review; gain approval at the oral defense stage; and gain final approval by the Chief Academic Officer. Students must also publish their dissertation on ProQuest before their degree is conferred. Learn more about the dissertation process in the Dissertation Guidebook.

In general, students are continuously registered in the dissertation course until they complete an approved dissertation, which usually requires more than the minimum terms in the dissertation course shell.

Note on Licensure


The PhD in Human and Social Services program, including its specializations, is not designed to lead to professional licensure, including licensure as a professional therapist, counselor, social worker, or psychologist.