The University of Maine at Augusta
A Member of the University of Maine System
CHILD & YOUTH CARE PRACTITIONER CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
( 30 credit hours)


 
Name: Name Soc Sec #: Name Date: Name


This checksheet is intended to be informational only.

 

Prior to taking these courses, a student should complete a student application form.
 

In effect for Students admitted to Fall 2006

PREREQUISITES
To assure success, students should fulfill the prerequisite course(s) before the requirements.
       Place check here if the following course is completed  COM 102: Interpersonal Communications
       Place check here if the following course is completed  HUS 101: Introduction to Social Service Systems
       Place check here if the following course is completed  PSY 100: Introduction to Psychology
       Place check here if the following course is completed  SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology
 
You must complete the following requirements for your certificate
CERTIFICATE  REQUIREMENTS
       Place check here if the following course is completed  HUS 220: Child Mental Health
       Place check here if the following course is completed  HUS 212: Case Management
       Place check here if the following course is completed  HUS 221: Adolescent Mental Health
       Place check here if the following course is completed  PSY 232: Crisis Counseling
       Place check here if the following course is completed  PSY 308: Human Development
 
 and choose one of the following:
       Place check here if the following course is completed  JUS 277: Violence in the Family
       Place check here if the following course is completed  HUS 233: Sexual Abuse & Trauma
       Place check here if the following course is completed  SSC 318: Adolescence, Substance Abuse & Criminality
       Place check here if the following course is completed  PSY 345: Problems & Interventions in Childhood
  

All courses in this certificate program transfer into the Associate of Science in Human Services and/or the Bachelor of Science in Mental Health and Human Services

 
This certificate program is offered state-wide at over 100 sites and centers, as well as The University of Maine at Augusta, Bangor and Lewiston-Auburn. The Child & Youth Care Practitioner Program will elevate the professional aspirations of persons who provide direct services to youth in group homes, residential treatment shelters, juvenile corrections, foster care, early childhood education and community outreach support programs. This program serves as the focal point for a state-wide Child & Youth Care Certification model.
 

 
APPROVED TO RECEIVE CERTIFICATE:
 
 
 
 
Enter name for records office and date   
Records Office Date    
 
 

Students are encouraged to contact their local Advising Center for academic advising and support services throughout their stay at UMA.