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St. Joseph's College New York    
 
    
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Care Management Certificate (Professional Studies)


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This 12 credit program shows students how to organize and provide services to special populations such as the aging, the mentally ill, and the chronically ill. Working closely with families, care managers form the bridge between the client and the services needed. This certificate will focus on human services expertise while introducing social work care management skills. Typically, students pursuing this certificate would be adults already working in the human services field, specializing in gerontology, child and family welfare, mental health, addictions, or support for the terminally ill.

Courses for the Certificate in Care Management may be applied toward the B.S. in Human Services, Health Administration, or General Studies. Organizational Management students may apply this course work to the non-elective portion of their program.

Elective Courses for Certificate: 3 Credits


Choose one of the following:

Total Required for Certificate: 12 Credits


Note(s): (A minimum of 9 credits toward this certificate must be taken at St. Joseph’s College; a cumulative index of 2.0 is required for the certificate.)

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