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Associate in Science in Human Services

The Associate in Science in Human Services is designed to assist students in developing empirically based knowledge and practice skills fundamental for responsible and effective application within the Human Service field.


Degree Requirements

A. ENGL 111 English Composition I 3 sem. hrs
B. General Education Requirements 21 sem. hrs
Basic Studies
CISS 170View Syllabus Introduction to Computer Information Systems or 3 hrs
CISS 171 Introduction to Computer Information Systems for MAC Users or
CISS 176 Introduction to Computer Science
ENGL 112View Syllabus English Composition II 3 hrs
Art, Humanities and History; Natural Sciences and Mathematics; and Social and Behavioral Sciences (credits distributed to include each of the three areas.) 15 hrs
C. Major Area Requirements 15 sem. hrs
(Courses in the major cannot be taken as Pass/Fail.)
HUMS 105View Syllabus Introduction to Human Services 3 hrs
HUMS 250View Syllabus Working with Individuals 3 hrs
HUMS 335View Syllabus Working with Groups 3 hrs
HUMS 340View Syllabus Working with Families 3 hrs
Three hours from one of the following:
HUMS 300View Syllabus Exploring Research 3 hrs
HUMS 345View Syllabus Working with Communities and Organizations 3 hrs
HUMS 365View Syllabus (SOCI 365) American Social Policy 3 hrs
SOCI 270View Syllabus (ANTH 270) Minority Cultures and Relations 3 hrs
D. Human Services Elective 3 sem. hrs
E. Electives 18 sem. hrs
60 sem. hrs


The Associate in Science in Human Services degree is available at the following locations:

Main Campus, Day Program
Main Campus, Evening Program
Online Campus
Orlando, FL
Fort Stewart, GA
Hunter Army Airfield, GA
Jefferson City, MO
Springfield, MO
Fort Leonard Wood, MO
St. Louis, MO
Lake of the Ozarks, MO
Rolla, MO
Kansas City, MO
Fort Drum, NY
Hancock Field, NY
NS Everett - Marysville, WA


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