Human Services, Generalist (AAS)

Prerequisites

Upon enrollment in HS 101, students must consent to a Washington State Patrol Background check. This is not used to determine program participation. It is only used to assist the student with cooperative work experience placement.

Students must have taken or be concurrently enrolled in ENGL 095 or ENGL& 101, and CIS 102.

Courses (91 Credits Minimum)

Core Courses (43 Credits)

Course Course Title Credits
HS 101 Introduction to Human Services 5.0
HS 102 Survey of Community Resources in Human Services 5.0
HS 108 Counseling,Crisis Intervention and Documentation 5.0
HS 109 Law and Ethics in Human Services 5.0
HS 158 Cooperative Work Internship 3.0
HS 202 Counseling Diverse Populations 5.0
HS 203 Interview/Assessments in Human Services Settings 5.0
HS 204 Advanced Counseling & Case Management 5.0
HS 258 Advanced Cooperative Work Internship 5.0

General Courses (28 Credits)

Course Course Title Credits
CIS 102 Introduction to Microsoft Office 3.0
ENGL&101 English Composition I 5.0
MATH 101 App of Algebra for Vocational-Technical Students (or higher) 5.0
PSYC&100 General Psychology 5.0
PSYC&200 Lifespan Psychology 5.0
CMST&220 Public Speaking or 5.0
CMST&230 Small Group Communication 3.0

Support Courses (20 Credits)

Choose a minimum of 20 credits from the following courses relating to Human Services.

Course Course Title Credits
ACCT&201 Principles of Accounting I 5.0
ALSA 100 HIV & Other Issues in Substance Use Disorders 2.0
ALSA 120 Pharmacology of Alcohol/Drugs 4.0
ALSA 125 The Dysfunctional Family 3.0
ALSA 136 Group Dynamics 3.0
ALSA 140 Chemical Dependency/Case Management 3.0
ALSA 209 Law/Ethics Substance Use Disorder 2.0
ALSA 210 Substance Use Disorder 2.0
ALSA 211 Relapse Prevention 2.0
ALSA 212 Youth Chemical Dependency Assessment/Counseling 2.0
ALSA 270 Skills in Substance Use Disorder Treatment 4.0
BIOL&100 Survey of Biology 5.0
BTECH140 Word Processing Applications 5.0
BTECH150 Excel 5.0
CJ& 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 5.0
ECED&100 Child Care Basics 3.0
HSSA&101 Introduction to Addictive Drugs 4.0
HUMDV104 Stress Management and Wellness 2.0
HUMDV111 Career Options and Life Planning 2.0
HUMDV151 Interpersonal Skills 2.0
PHIL&101 Introduction to Philosophy 5.0
POL S102 Law and Society 5.0
PSYCH106 Human Relations 5.0
PSYCH250 Social Psychology 5.0
PSYCH235 Positive Psychology 5.0
PSYC&180 Human Sexuality 5.0
PSYC&220 Abnormal Psychology 5.0
SOC& 101 Introduction to Sociology 5.0
SOC 106 Juvenile Justice 5.0
SOC 252 Marriage and Family 5.0

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This page is intended to summarize the requirements for degrees and certificates at Grays Harbor College. For complete requirements, please see the Academic Catalog.