Graduate and undergraduate students have the opportunity to learn more about human service organizations through either EPS 644 (Organizational Development and Change) or EPS 335 (Understanding Human Service Organizations). Both courses focus on the unique role of community- based human service organizations in society with an overview & history of community organizations. Community Organizations provide services, support, advocacy, and organizing in today’s communities. Students also review the systems, cultures, structures, and processes of community organizations with an emphasis on promoting well-being in communities. The undergraduate course has a 10 hour field research experience requirement. Professor Scot Evans will be teaching this course Fall 2011.
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EPS 321 is one of the classes that will be involved in our Focus on Affordable Housing.