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Human Services Program

Associate in Science

This curriculum map contains the new General Education Requirements and applies ONLY to students entering the program beginning fall 2019. Current students should log in to BHCC Self-Service to review their specific program requirements or contact LifeMap/Advising for more information. Prospective students should go to bhcc.edu/admissions and contact an admissions counselor.
Semester 1 Credits Milestone GenEd Note Pre-req
ENG-111 College Writing I
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

This course meets the General Education requirement for Academic Discourse.

Prerequisites: ENG-095 and ESL-098 or RDG-095 or placement

HSV-101 Introduction to Human Services with Field Practice
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisites: ESL-098 or RDG-095 and ENG-095 or placement

GenEd-QPS Quantitative Problem Solving
3-4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

This course meets the General Education requirement for Quantitative Problem Solving.

(Formerly Area 4)

LCS-101 Learning Community Seminar
AHE-104 Understanding Human Behavior for Health Care Professionals
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

This course satisfies Learning Communities Seminar requirement.

See semester note

PSY-101 Principles of Psychology
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

This course meets the General Education requirement for Community & Cultural Contexts.

(Formerly Areas 2 and 3)

PSY-101 is a pre-requisite for several courses in the program.

Prerequisite: ESL-098 or RDG-095

Total Credits:
Semester 2 Credits Milestone GenEd Note Pre-req
ENG-112 College Writing II
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

This course meets the General Education requirement for Academic Discourse.

Prerequisite: ENG-111

PSY-215 Counseling
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisites: PSY-101

HSV-112 Addiction
3

Prerequisite: PSY-101 and ESL-098 or RDG-095 and ENG-095 or placement

PSY-224 Adolescent/Adult Development
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisite: PSY-101

HSV-216 Pre-practicum Prep for Field Experience
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisites: ENG-112 and a minimum of 27 credits completed toward the AS in Human Services including at minimum a grade of C or better in HSV-101, HSV-112, PSY-215 and PSY-227 or permission of department chair

Total Credits:
Semester 3 Credits Milestone GenEd Note Pre-req
ECE-103 Child Growth and Development
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

ECE 103 must be completed in first semester with a C or better to move to other ECE courses in subsequent semesters.  All ECE courses after the first semester require ECE 103 to be completed with this grade requirement.

Prerequisite: ESL-098 or RDG-095 and ENG-095 or placement

HSV-214 Professional Ethics in Human Services
3

Prerequisites: ENG-111, HSV-112 and PSY-215

GenEd-CW Creative Work
3

This course meets the General Education requirement for Creative Work.

Choose a course from the Creative Work Menu

HSV-220 Practicum I in Human Services
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

HSV-220 requires that the student complete HSV-216 with a B or better.  Class ONLY starts in the fall and is a two semester sequence (HSV 220-221).  Students missing application and orientation process must wait until the next fall to move forward (deadline end of spring semester). A GPA of 2.25 or above is required as well as multiple other requirements for application and acceptance into placement.  HSV Coordinator and Department Chair have further information.

Prerequisite: Permission of department chairperson

HSV-218 Case Management
3

Prerequisites: PSY-215 and ESL-098 or RDG-095 and ENG-095 or placement

Total Credits:
Semester 4 Credits Milestone GenEd Note Pre-req
GenEd-E General Education Elective
3

This course meets the General Education requirement for General Education Elective.

Students may choose a course from: GEO-101, GOV-101 or REL-111

HSV-217 Issues in Human Services
3

Prerequisites:  HSV-101 and PSY-101 and PSY-215 and PSY-224

GenEd-SR Scientific Reasoning
3

This course meets the General Education requirement for Scientific Reasoning.

Choose one course from Scientific Reasoning

HSV-221 Practicum II in Human Services
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

HSV-221 requires student to have completed HSV-220 in the fall semester with a passing grade and completed portfolio. Students without this requirement completed are not allowed to proceed to HSV-221 and must reapply for readmission to the HSV-220 class in the next fall after following Department procedures for readmission.

 

Prerequisite: HSV-220

Elective Career Elective
3

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Career Elective Options:
PSY-233 Introduction to Psychiatric Rehabilitation
PSY-227 Abnormal Psychology
HSV-215 Substance Abuse Counseling   

Total Credits:
Last Modified Date: April 30, 2019

Upon Completion of this Concentration Graduates will be able to:

  • Use formal and informal assessment practices to respond to the needs, desires, and interests of participants receiving information and support from a Human Service organization, enhancing the persons’ ability to lead a self determining life. 
  • Communicate effectively and demonstrate skills needed to establish collaborative relationships with participants receiving services. 
  • Demonstrate knowledge about formal and informal supports available, as well as diverse challenges facing participants, using advocacy strategies to overcome these challenges by mobilizing resources to reach participant goals. 
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skill in handling crisis prevention, intervention, and resolution techniques with detailed documentation of the work in a human services agency. 
  • Understand the mission and practices of human services organizations, fully participating in the life of the agency as a professional and be able to identify areas of self improvement and professional development needed for future goal attainment.

Career Outlook

Graduates of this program qualify for careers in social welfare, mental health, community development, public administration, youth work, work with elderly, family counseling and social service agencies.