2013-2014 catalog 
    
    Jul 23, 2018  
2013-2014 catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Human Services Program, Generalist Option, A.A.S.


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Human Services is a creative, innovative field for persons who work with, and give support to, other human beings. Students learn through a combination of classroom work and on-site performances, spending time in human services facilities. In addition to time spent in the classroom, students spend 285 hours in hospitals, mental health centers, social service agencies, substance-abuse counseling sites and other facilities. Graduates take positions as mental health workers, drug and alcohol workers, psychiatric technicians, social service interviewers, community organizers and personnel counselors. While this program is not designed for transfer, many graduates may make smooth transitions to Bachelor’s programs by working with their counselors and the members of the Human Services team.

Graduates of this program will be able to:


  • Serve Human Services clients or carry out other supportive human service agency functions
  • Explain the historical and philosophical foundation of Human Services
  • Identify human systems, discuss their interaction, and recognize the conditions that promote or limit optimal human functioning
  • Analyze service problems, select appropriate strategies, services, or interventions, and evaluate outcomes
  • Apply human service ethics, values, and attitudes in personal, educational, and professional settings with an understanding of cultural/ethnic diversity.
  • Evaluate their own values, personalities, reaction patterns, interpersonal styles, and limitations

Requirements


General Education - 20-22 credits


 As described in General Education .

Electives - 5-7 credits


Total credits required for degree: 60


Notes:


** Offered Spring Term only

Program Code for registration: HMSRV


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Suggested Sequence - Human Services Program A.A.S. Degree


The following sequence is an example of how this degree can be completed in two years. This sequence is based on satisfaction of all Basic Skills requirements and prerequisites and presumes a Fall Term start date. An individual’s program may vary depending on transfer institution, career objectives, or individual needs. See your counselor for other options and to monitor your progress.

Total credits: 15


Total credits: 15


Total credits: 15-16


Semester 4 - Spring Term


Total credits: 14-16


Sequence Notes:


 (1) One course is recommended from the Cultural & Global Awareness  knowledge area.

Degree Audit Information


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