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Bachelor of Arts in Human Services

Note: In addition to completing the following required courses, students must fulfill the General Education Requirements. Major requirements and/or General Education Requirements may be changed by official action of the faculty.

Required courses

At least 12 credits may be selected from the following menu to complete this major:

Department

Course Number

Credits

Course Title

BMS

307

3

Youth Ministry
BMS 308 3 Teaching the Bible
COM 235 3 Sign Communication
COM 329 3 Cross Cultural Communication
CNS ___ 3 Any counseling course

ENG

329

3

Business/Professional Writing

MGT 207 3 Organizational Behavior and Conflict Resolution
MGT 305 3 Human Resource Management

POL

105

3

American National Government

POL 106 3 Introduction to Politics
POL 107 3 Fundamentals of Moral Leadership

POL

208

3

State and Local Government

PSY

206

3

Human Adjustment

PSY

318

3

Human Sexuality
SOC 106 3 Societies

SOC

206

3

Introduction to Social Work

SPE 115 3 Typical Atypical Development 0-5
SPE 209 3 Introduction to Exceptional Individuals

All 54 credits from the following departments are required for this major:

Department

Course Number

Credits

Course Title

COM

228

3

Business and Professional Speaking

ENG

345

3

Grants Writing and Research

HSV

216

3

Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences
or MAT 215, Applied Statistics I

HSV

465

3

Human Services Internship

MAT 106 3 Beginning Algebra

PHL

205

3

Ethics

PSY

105

3

Introduction to Psychology

PSY

106

3

Social Psychology

PSY 107 3 Human Development: A Life Span Perspective
or PSY 201, Developmental Psychology: Birth to Twelve Years
or PSY 202, Developmental Psychology: The Adolescent
PSY 205 3 Personality
PSY 308 3 Abnormal Psychology

SOC

105

3

Principles of Sociology

SOC

205

3

Social Problems

SOC 307 3 Minority Relations
or SOC 327, Cultural Differences in 21st Century America

SOC

406

3

Social Science Research Methods

SOC ___ 9 Any three 300-level or higher sociology courses

There are 66 credits required for this major. Prerequisite courses may be necessary and the General Education Requirements must be completed.