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Class Number 21573
Catalog Number 10-504-156
Class Title Child Advocacy
Class Topic
Semester / Year Spring 2019
Units 3.00
Instructor Kostuchowski,Courtney A
Course Fee  $457.23
Senior Fee  $457.23



Location Stevens Point Complete an online Registration Form
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Payment Procedures
Refund Policy
Building Stevens Point Campus
Instruction Mode Hybrid/In Person > 5
Room Day(s) Time Date(s)
Class Description
An introduction to the concepts of child advocacy with an emphasis on the public service professional's role in identifying and managing situations involving child abuse and neglect. Provides an overview of the field of child advocacy, and explores the role of child advocate in different professions as well as ethical, legal, and professional responsibilities. Takes a multi-disciplinary team approach to examining family problems related to poverty, drug abuse, and violence. The family system is also examined. Students complete guided self-study online then gather for two hours of live classroom discussion weekly. Recommended minimum Accuplacer scores - Reading 55, Sentence Skills 60, Arithmetic 34 Prerequisites: Admission to Corrections & Community Advocacy program 105047 and Court Procedures 10504112, Introduction to Law Enforcement 10504114, Corrections/Correctional Institutions 10504176
Important Class Notes
This class uses various types of instruction. Blackboard is used for the online portion of instruction. Information about accessing Blackboard can be found at http://mstc.edu/blackboard. Follow the instructions on the website or Blackboard home page to enroll in the Online Orientation and familiarize yourself with how Blackboard works. Please note that courses will not show up in Blackboard until the first day of class.



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