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The Associate of Arts (AA) degree in Human Services (HS) provides the educational foundation needed for entry-level employment in the Human Services field and/or success in continued education at a bachelor’s level. The curriculum provides a strong theoretical and content foundation, along with an integrated experiential, skill development component.
- Use verbal and oral communication, interpersonal relationships, and other related personal skills, such as self-discipline and time management, effectively.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the language, terms, and concepts used in the human service profession.
- Explain interventions and strategies for assisting individuals, families, groups, and communities.
- Recognize appropriate boundaries and act in accordance with the legal and ethical standards of the field.
- Investigate and discuss cross-cultural issues specific to the discipline of Human Services.
General Education Requirements
|Core I Communications||9|
|Core II Mathematics and Science||8|
|Core III Arts and Humanities||6|
|Core IV Social Sciences PSYX 100 & SOCI 101||7|
|Core V Native American Studies||3|
|Core VI Computer Technology||3|
|Core VII Health||2|
|Total General Education credits required for degree||38|
Human Services Program of Study
|CAS 225 Group Counseling||3|
|CAS 250 Assessment & Case Management Process||3|
|HS 101 Introduction to Human Services||3|
|HS 250 Interviewing and Counseling Skills||3|
|PSYX 230 Developmental Psychology||3|
|PSYX 233 Adult Development & Aging||3|
|SOCI 260 Introduction to Juvenile Delinquency
PSYX 248 Domestic Violence
|*Electives(CAS, HS, PSYX, SOCI, EDU 225)||2|
|Total Program of Study credits required for degree||23|
|Total credits required for degree||61|
*Due to the small number of students in FPCC programs, numbers have been withheld to preserve Fort Peck Community College students’ confidentiality.