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Course Guide for Students Pursuing the AAS 2-Year Degree only

GEN ED COURSES SUGGESTED COURSES CREDITS
Writing I ENG 101 3
Writing II ENG 102 3
Communications COM 181 or COM 252 3
Heritage or Humanities Any Heritage (HIS) or Humanities Course 3
Intro to Sociology SOC 101 3
2nd Sociology Course Any SOC Course or SWK 275 3
Intro to Psychology PSY 110 3
Developmental Psychology PSY 223 3
Natural Science Any Natural Science Course with/without Lab 3 or 4
Mathematics MAT 105 or 110 or 116 or 126 or 146 or 150 3
Computer Literacy CIT 105 or OST 105 3
General Elective Any Gen Ed Course not previously Counted 3
General Elective Any Gen Ed Course not previously Counted 3
General Elective Any Gen Ed Course not previously Counted 3
CORE COURSES:
CORE COURSES REQUIRED CORE COURSES CREDITS
HMS 101 (open to anyone) Human Services Survey 3
HMS 102 (open to anyone) Values of HMS in a Contemporary Society 3
HMS 103 (by permission only)* Theories and Techniques in HMS 3
HMS 104 (by permission only)* Group Dynamics for HMS 3
HMS 250 (by permission only)* Clinical Practice in HMS (180 Hour Internship) 4
HMS TECHNICAL ELECTIVE Determined by Dept Head 3
HMS TECHNICAL ELECTIVE Determined by Dept Head 3

*You must be officially admitted to the Program [have 12 (non-developmental) credits and a 3.00 or more Grade Point Average.

NOTES:

  1. YOU MUST HAVE AT LEAST 12 CREDITS (no Developmental courses) AND A 3.00 GRADE POINT AVERAGE BEFORE YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR FULL ADMISSION TO THE PROGRAM. AS SOON AS YOU MEET THESE TWO CRITERIA, NOTIFY THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR WHO WILL THEN PROCESS YOUR ADMISSION.
  2. YOU MAY ENROLL IN HMS 101, HMS 102 OR ANY TECHNICAL ELECTIVES, PLUS ALL GEN ED COURSES WITHOUT BEING FULLY ADMITTED TO THE PROGRAM.

rev. 9/2015