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Associate of Arts for Transfer: Social Work and Human Services (37164)

Learning Outcome(s)

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on successful completion of the major requirements for this degree, students will be able to

  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of theoretical perspectives, legal and ethical principles and social issues related to Social Work and Human Services fields
  • Develop communication skills and cultural competencies as a foundation to success in the fields of Social Work and Human Services

Major Requiremen​ts
​​​Units

BIOL 109/109H: Fundamentals of Biology
and
BIOL 109L/109LH: Fundamentals of Biology Laboratory

3

1

​​or

BIOL 149: Human Anatomy and Physiology
or
BIOL 239: General Human Anatomy
or
BIOL 249: Human Physiology

 

4
CNSL 150: Introduction to Human Services 3
CNSL 160: Fieldwork Experience for the Helping Professions 3

ECON 101: Principles/Micro
or
ECON 102: Principles/Macro

 

3

MATH 219/219H: Statistics and Probability 4
PSYC 100/100H: Introduction to Psychology 3
SOC 100/100H: Introduction to Sociology 3
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Select (2) two courses from the following (List A): 6-7
 
ANTH 100/100H: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)

CDEV 107: Child Growth and Development (DS1)
or
PSYC 157: Introduction to Child Psychology

 

(3)

CDEV 110: Child, Family and Community (DS2)(3)
CJ 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)
COMM 120/120H: Introduction to Intercultural Communication (3)
ENGL 103/103H: Critical Thinking and Writing(4)
HIST 120/120H: The United States to 1877 (3)
HIST 121/121H: The United States Since 1877 (3)
PSYC 160: Introduction to Lifespan Psychology (3)
PSYC 230: Psychology and Effective Behavior (3)
PSYC 250: Introduction to Abnormal Psychology (3)
SOC 116/11​6H: Social Problems (3)
TOTAL 29-30