Recommended academic plan for associate in human

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Recommended Academic Plan for

Human Services

Associate in Applied Science

Degree

This plan is a suggested semester-by-semester plan. It is designed to keep you on track for a timely graduation. This plan is not a substitute for academic advising. Contact an advisor for further information regarding placement based on ACT/SAT or COMPASS exam scores, scheduling, degree requirements, and graduation requirements.

Semester 1 Course

ENG:101 College Composition I

SOC:101 Introduction to Sociology PSY:200 General Psychology HMS:100 Introduction to Human Services

*Humanities and Fine Arts Elective *Physical Education Elective Subtotal

Credits

3

3 3 3

Prerequisite

ENG:030 & CoRq RDG:030

3 1 16

Milestone/Notes

HMS:100, HMS:101, and HMS:102 with a grade of "B" or better in two of the three courses & a grade of "C" or better in the third course to receive "block credit" for UMSL's pre-SW courses: SW2000, SW2001, and SW2200.

1 PE credit must be an activity credit

Completed

Semester 2 Course

*MTH:100 or higher level course

*Life and Physical Sciences Elective PSY:205 Growth and Development ENG:102 College Composition II OR ENG:103 Group Writing HMS:101 Theory and Skills *Physical Education Elective Subtotal

Credits

3

3 3 3

3 1 16

Prerequisite

PSY:200 ENG:100 or 101 ENG:100 or 101

Milestone/Notes

MTH:100 or higher may be taken. Please see an academic advisor if you wish to complete a four-year degree. Laboratory course required

Completed

1 PE credit must be an activity credit

Semester 3 Course

*Elective for Human Services AAS degree

HMS:102 Policy and Politics HMS:201 Workplace Learning I

HMS:203 Workplace Learning Seminar I *Humanities and Fine Art Elective Subtotal

Credits

4

Prerequisite

3

3

HMS:100, 101 &

CoRq HMS:203

3

HMS:100, 101 &

CoRq HMS:201

3

16

Milestone/Notes

Recommended electives include courses with prefixes HMS, SOC, PSY, ECE, CRJ as well as computer, business, and personal development courses related to the human services field. Students planning to transfer to UMSL should enroll in PSY:206

Practicum sites should be identified prior to the end of the previous semester. This course is a co-requisite for HMS:203, and they must be taken simultaneously. This course is a co-requisite for HMS:201, and they must be taken simultaneously.

Completed

Semester 4 Course

HMS:111 Group Practice OR SOC:100 Human Relations OR SOC:103 Human Behavior at Work and in Business *Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective that meets the MO State requirement HMS:202 Workplace Learning II

HMS:204 Workplace Learning Seminar II

*Elective for Human Services AAS degree

Subtotal

Credits Prerequisite

3

HMS:100

Milestone/Notes

Apply for graduation

Completed

3

3

HMS:201, 203 &

Practicum sites should be identified prior to the end of the previous

CoRq HMS:204

semester. This course is a co-requisite for HMS:204, and they must be

taken simultaneously.

3

HMS:100, 101, 201, This course is a co-requisite for HMS:202, and they must be taken

203 & CoRq HMS:202 simultaneously.

4

Recommended electives include courses with prefixes HMS, SOC, PSY,

ECE, CRJ as well as computer, business, and personal development

courses related to the human services field. PSC:101 is recommended

for students wishing to transfer to UMSL.

16

Total Hours in the Program: 64

*See Catalog for classes that will fulfill these requirements or the Human Services web page Maximize your transfer credits/classes by meeting with an academic advisor.

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Human Services AAS Quick Checklist Courses GENERAL EDUCATION

ENG:101 College Composition I ENG:102 College Composition II OR ENG:103 Group Writing Missouri State Requirement SOC:101 Introduction to Sociology *Humanities and Fine Arts Elective *MTH:100 or higher level course *Life and Physical Sciences Elective PSY:200 General Psychology PSY:205 Growth and Development

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2 credit hours At least one credit must be an activity

Credit Hours Notes

AREA OF CONCENTRATION

HMS:100 Introduction to Human Services

HMS:101 Theory and Skills

HMS:102 Policy and Politics

HMS:201 Workplace Learning I

HMS:202 Workplace Learning II

HMS:203 Workplace Learning Seminar I

HMS:204 Workplace Learning Seminar II

HMS:111 Group Practice OR

SOC:100 Human Relations OR

SOC:103 Human Behavior at Work and in

Business

ELECTIVES 8 credit hours

A maximum of 4 credit hours from courses below 100 may apply in this area

Recommended electives include courses with

Students planning to transfer to UMSL should enroll in

prefixes HMS, SOC, PSY, ECE, CRJ as well as

PSY:206.

computer, business, and personal development

courses related to the human services field.

For more information, please see or consult the College Catalog at

Advisor Contact Information Name Phone Email

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