Academics

Human Services      

B.S. in Human Services with a Social Services Concentration (124 hours)
The following courses are required for a baccalaureate degree:

  1. 56 hoursGeneral Education

  2. 18 hours:  Requisites for the Major

HSV 100 Introduction to Human Services
HSV 200 Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Abuse
HSV 210 Research Methods
HSV 220 Human Services Models and Methods, or
HSV 230 Pharmacology of Psychoactive Substances
HSV 250 Human Service and Professional Issues
HSV 255 HIV/AIDS/STD's

  1. 33 hours:  Upper Level Courses in Major

HSV 300 Family Counseling
HSV 317 Health Care and Social Services
HSV 319 Case Management
HSV 347 Social Services with Children
HSV 358 Social Service and Public Policy
HSV 360 Gerontological Social Services
HSV 400 Crisis Intervention
HSV 405 Counseling Diverse Populations
HSV 413 Methods in Community Organizations
HSV 420 Group Counseling
HSV 495 Practicum

  1. 17 hours:  Electives

HSV 310 Clinical Counseling Skills
PSYC 341 Child Psychology
PSYC 342 Psychology of Adolescence
PSYC 343 Adult Development and Aging


B.S. in Human Services with a Counseling Concentration (125 hours)
The following courses are required for a baccalaureate degree:

  1. 56 hours: General Education

  2. 18 hours: Requisites for the Major

    HSV 100 Introduction to Human Services
    HSV 200 Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Abuse or
    HSV 230 Pharmacology of Psychoactive Substances
    HSV 220 Human Services Models & Methods
    HSV 235 Statistics and Research Methods
    HSV 250 Human Service and Professional Issues
    HSV 255 HIV/AIDS/STD's

  3. 27 hours: Upper Level Courses in Major

    HSV 300 Family Counseling
    HSV 305 Theoretical Bases of Counseling
    HSV 310 Clinical Counseling Practice
    HSV 350 Theological Skills for Human Service Professionals
    HSV 400 Crisis Intervention
    HSV 405 Counseling Diverse Populations
    HSV 420 Group Counseling
    HSV 430 Assessment and Treatment Planning
    HSV 495 Practicum

  4. 23 hours: Electives

Elective Recommendations:
PSYC 341 Child Psychology
PSYC 342 Psychology of Adolescence
PSYC 343 Adult Development and Aging


B.S. in Human Services with a Bereavement Concentration (125 hours)
The following courses are required for a baccalaureate degree:

  1. 56 hours: General Education

  2. 18 hours: Requisites for the Major

HSV 100 Introduction to Human Services
HSV 200 Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Abuse or HSV 230 Pharmacology of Psychoactive Substances
HSV 220 Human Services Models and Methods
HSV 235 Statistics and Research Methods
HSV 250 Human Service and Professional Issues
HSV 255 HIV/AIDS/STD's

  1. 36 hours: Upper Level Courses in Major

HSV 300 Family Counseling
HSV 305 Theoretical Bases of Counseling
HSV 310 Clinical Counseling Practice
HSV 312 Death, Dying and Caregiving
HSV 350 Theological Skills for Human Service
HSV 355 Psychological Consequences of Dying
HSV 357 Bereavement Counseling with Families
HSV 400 Crisis Intervention
HSV 405 Counseling Diverse Populations
HSV 420 Group Counseling
HSV 430 Assessment and Treatment Planning
HSV 495 Practicum

  1. 14 hours: Electives

Elective Recommendations: PSYC 341 Child Psychology PSYC 343 Adult Development and Agin,g PSYC 342 Psychology of Adolescence


B.S. in Human Services with a Chemical Dependency Concentration (125 hours)
The following courses are required for a baccalaureate degree:

  1. 56 hours: General Education

  2. 21 hours: Requisites for the Major

    HSV 100 Introduction to Human Services
    HSV 200 Introduction Alcohol and/Drug Abuse
    HSV 220 Human Services Models and Methods
    HSV 230 Pharmacology and Psychoactive Substances
    HSV 250 Human Service and Professional Issues
    HSV 255 HIV/AIDS/STD's

  3. 33 hours: Upper Level Courses in Major

    HSV 300 Family Counseling
    HSV 305 Theoretical Bases of Counseling
    HSV 310 Clinical Counseling Practice
    HSV 315 Compulsive and Addictive Behavior
    HSV 328 Counseling the Chemically Dependent
    HSV 350 Theological Skills for Human Service Professionals
    HSV 400 Crisis Intervention
    HSV 405 Counseling Diverse Populations
    HSV 420 Group Counseling
    HSV 430 Assessment and Treatment Planning
    HSV 495 Practicum

  4. 10 hours: Electives

    Elective Recommendations:

    PSYC 341 Child Psychology
    PSYC 342 Psychology of Adolescence
    PSYC 343 Adult Development and Aging


B.S. in Human Services with a Self-Designed Specialty Concentration (125 hours)
The following courses are required for a baccalaureate degree:

  1. 56 hours: General Education

  2. 18 hours: Requisites for the Major

    HSV 100 Introduction to Human Services
    HSV 200 Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Abuse or HSV 230 Pharmacology of Psychoactive
    Substances
    HSV 220 Human Services Models and Methods
    HSV 250 Human Service and Professional Issues
    HSV 255 HIV/AIDS/STD's

  3. 39 hours: Upper Level Courses in Major

    HSV 300 Family Counseling
    HSV 305 Theoretical Bases of Counseling
    HSV 310 Clinical Counseling Practice
    HSV 350 Theological Skills for Human Service Professionals
    HSV 400 Crisis Intervention
    HSV 405 Counseling Diverse Populations
    HSV 420 Group Counseling
    HSV 430 Assessment and Treatment Planning
    HSV 495 Practicum
    PSYC 315 Personality Psychology
    HSV or PSYC ____(upper level course only and approval of program director)
    HSV or PSYC ____(upper level course only and approval of program director)
    HSV or PSYC ____(upper level course only and approval of program director)

  4. 11 hours: Electives

    Elective Recommendations:

  5. PSYC 341 Child Psychology
    PSYC 342 Psychology of Adolescence
    PSYC 343 Adult Development and Aging

Students who complete a counseling specialty will, upon request, be awarded a Certificate of Achievement by the Human Services program.