2018-2019 Catalog

Bachelor of Arts in Human Services

Total Course Requirements for the Bachelor's Degree*

See the "Requirements for the Bachelor's Degree" in the University Catalog for complete details on general degree requirements. A minimum of 40 units, including those required for the major, must be upper division.

Elective Requirements

Completion of elective courses (beyond the requirements listed below) to reach a total of a minimum of 120 units.

General Education Requirements (49 units)

See the "General Education" requirements in the University Catalog or the Class Schedule for the most current information on General Education requirements and course offerings.

Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement

See the "Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement" in the University Catalog.

Minor Requirements

Single field major, no minor required or offered.

Major Requirements (57 units)

The following courses, or their approved transfer equivalents, are required of all candidates for this degree. All courses applied to the major must be satisfied with a grade of C or better.

A. Common Core Courses (15 units)

1. Interdisciplinary Courses:

MAT 131Elementary Statistics and Probability

3

BIO 250 Elements of Human Anatomy and Physiology

3

or

BIO 254Human Biology

3

ANT 310Culture and Personality: Psychological Anthropology

3

Or

ANT 389Transmission Of Culture

3

PSY 363Abnormal Psychology

3

SOC 320The Family

3

Or

HIS 379The Family In History

3

2. Human Services Courses (21 units):

HUS 300Introduction To Human Services

3

HUS 310Helping and Professional Relationships

3

HUS 400Case Management

3

HUS 410Advanced Case Management

3

HUS 460Research Methods for Human Services

3

3. Fieldwork Practicum (9 units):

HUS 380Fieldwork Practicum in Human Services I

1

and

HUS 381Seminar in Human Services I

2

HUS 390Field Practicum in Human Services II

1

And

HUS 391Seminar in Human Services II

2

HUS 480Fieldwork Practicum in Human Services III

1

And

HUS 481Seminar in Human Services III

2

NOTE: Fieldwork and Seminar courses are taken concurrently. Fieldwork courses must be taken sequentially. Fieldwork courses must be taken credit/no credit (CR/NC). Seminar courses are graded A-F.

B. Electives:

Select four upper division courses in Child Development, Health Sciences, Human Services, Recreation and Leisure Studies, Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology with the assistance of an advisor. Electives must be from two different departments (12 units).

Mental Health Recovery Option (54 units)

A. Common Core Courses (18 units)

1. Interdisciplinary Courses:

MAT 131Elementary Statistics and Probability

3

BIO 250 Elements of Human Anatomy and Physiology

3

Or

BIO 254Human Biology

3

ANT 310Culture and Personality: Psychological Anthropology

3

Or

ANT 389Transmission Of Culture

3

CDV 330The School-age Years

3

Or

CDV 360Adolescence

3

Or

PSY 352Psychology of Adult Development and Aging

3

SOC 320The Family

3

Or

HIS 379The Family In History

3

HEA 315Interpersonal Skills in Health Communication

3

2. Human Services Courses (15 units):

HUS 300Introduction To Human Services

3

HUS 310Helping and Professional Relationships

3

HUS 400Case Management

3

HUS 410Advanced Case Management

3

HUS 460Research Methods for Human Services

3

3. Fieldwork Practicum (9 units):

HUS 380Fieldwork Practicum in Human Services I

1

And3

HUS 381Seminar in Human Services I

2

HUS 390Field Practicum in Human Services II

1

And

HUS 391Seminar in Human Services II

2

HUS 484Practicum in Mental Health Recovery

2 units

And

HUS 485Seminar in Mental Health Recovery

1

4. Required Mental Health Recovery Courses (9 units):

HUS 307Principles of Mental Health Recovery

3

HUS 311Interventions and Strategies of Mental Health Recovery I

3

HUS 368Interventions and Strategies of Mental Health Recovery II

3

5. Electives (3 units):

Select an upper division elective from Child Development, Health Sciences, Recreation and Leisure Studies, Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology with the assistance of an Academic Advisor.