Professional Continuing Education
Courses are designed to provide the human services community with opportunities to build practice knowledge and skills by offering courses which are responsive, dynamic and up-to-the-minute. Courses are designed for social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, educators, nurses, counselors, and other human service professionals.
All courses are accepted for Social Work Continuing Education Units and LPC Credits. Other disciplines should verify CEU acceptance with their licensing board.
For further information or to be added to the Continuing Education mailing list, please call at 713-743-8143 or e-mail at email@example.com
Online CE Courses
Register for online courses here.
- Ethical Choices in Clinical Social Work ($35 - .3 CEUs/ 3 clock hours)
- Ethics in Risk Management and Documentation: A Delicate Balance in Managed Care ($70 - .6 CEUs/ 6 clock hours)
- NASW Code of Ethics and the Transgender Community ($35 - .3 CEUs/ 3 clock hours)
Current CE Course Offerings: Spring 2013
Register for CE Courses:
- Click to download and mail in a registration form.
- To register by phone and pay by credit card, please call 713-743-1202 or 713-743-1060.
- Register online at scps.uh.edu/cs
Certification for CEUs for your workshops
The Graduate College of Social Work also grants Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for your educational workshops and conferences. For application information, contact the Office of Community Projects at 713-743-8145 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or click here for forms.
Human Services & Gerontology Certificate
The Graduate College of Social Work offers a program leading to a certificate in Human Services and Gerontology (HSG). This program is comprised of required foundation (core) courses [The Bio-Medical Aspects of Aging, The Social & Cultural Aspects of Aging and The Psychology of Aging] and a number of optional courses chosen in order to meet certificate requirements. Courses are organized into four content areas: Core, Social and Environmental, Clinical, and Values and Ethics. Three core courses and an additional 36 hours of course work (6 classes within the HSG curriculum), with at least one course in each of the other three areas, must be completed to earn the certificate.