Human Services (BAS)(Plan Code: HSTHSBAS)

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General Education Requirements
Communication Skills
ENGL& 101English Composition I5
ENGL& 102English Composition II5
Quantitative Skills
MATH& 146Introduction to Stat5
WS 101Introduction to Women's Studies (recommended)5
Course Options5
Social Sciences
PSYC& 100General Psychology5
PSYC& 200Lifespan Psychology5
Natural Sciences
BIOL& 175Human Biology w/ Lab5
Course Options5
Additional General Education Courses
SOC 230Domestic Violence (recommended)5
ANTH& 206Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (recommended)5
SOC& 101Introduction to Sociology (recommended)5
ACED courses and/or General Education Courses 142
Major Area Requirements
BASHS 301Introduction to Human Services5
BASHS 302Systems and Social Justice5
BASHS 303Ethics In Human Services5
BASHS 304Practical Family Therapy5
BASHS 305Advanced Co-Occuring Disorders Treatment5
BASHS 306Trauma, Grief & Loss5
BASHS 401Mulitcultural Counseling In HS5
BASHS 402Human Services Intervention5
BASHS 403Research & Evaluation Methodologies In HS5
BASHS 404Advanced Case Management In HS5
BASHS 410Human Services Field Placement I5
BASHS 411Human Services Field Placement II5
ACED 101Survey of Addictionology3
ACED 125Group Counseling In Addictions3
ACED 136Law and Ethics In Addictions Counseling3
ACED 160Pharmacology of Drugs of Abuse3
ACED 201Theories of Counseling3
ACED 204Introduction to Addiction Counseling Skills3
Total Credits/Units from Associate's Degree90
Total Credits/Units for Degree180

Please work with advisor to identify any outstanding needs based on associate degree credits already earned.

Program Outcomes

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