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Human Services Track I: Generalist

Course Requirements
ID Title Class Lab Credits
Fall Semester (year 1)
ENGL102R College Composition I (Accuplacer) 3 0 3
HSV110R Introduction to Human Services 3 0 3
HSV120R Learning and Behavior 3 0 3
HSV123R Supportive Communication Skills 3 0 3

Human Development

3 0 3
Spring Semester (year 1)
HSV125R Individual Assessment and Planning
(AHLT114R, HSV110R, HSV123R, HSV120R)
3 0 3
HSV126R Issues in Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities
(AHLT114R, HSV110R, HSV123R, HSV120R)
3 0 3
MATHxxxR Mathematics Elective (Accuplacer) 4 0 4
PSYC101R Introduction to Psychology 3 0 3
  Program Elective 3 0 3
Fall Semester (year 2)
ENGLxxxR English Elective(ENGL102R) 3 0 3
HSV190R Fieldwork I For Human Services 
(AHLT114, HSV110, HSV120R, HSV123R)
1 0 3
HUMA110R Humanities in Western Culture 3 0 3
SCIxxxR Science Elective 3 3 4
SOSC101R Introduction to Sociology 3 0 3
  Program Elective 3 0 3
Spring Semester (year 2)
XXXxxxR General Education Elective 3/4 0 3/4
HSV290R Fieldwork II for Human Services 
1 0 3
  Program Elective 3 0 3
  Program Elective 3 0 3
  Open Elective 3 0 3

Prerequisite & Co-requisites are listed in parentheses.
Program of Study is subject to change.  

12 credits are to be determined with advisement from the Program Director. On an individual basis transfer students will have their transcripts reviewed and courses transferred for electives as appropriate.  

Associate in Science Degree

(Day/Evening Program) 

For more information about this program, please contact Kerry Belknap Morris at kmorris@ccsnh.edu or 603-542-7744 x5411. 

The Associate of Science Degree program in Human Services prepares students to work with individuals who are consumers of the human services delivery system, providing them with direct services and linking them with other community services and resources. Graduates of the Human Services program may be employed in a variety of agencies, which provide supports to individuals and families across the life span. That work may be in the field of developmental disabilities, behavioral health, elderly or children and families at risk.

Some human services positions require education beyond an associate degree. This program has articulation agreements with New England College,  Franklin Pierce University, Rivier University and Springfield College School of Human Services. Human Service graduates have also successfully transferred to other area colleges.

The College offers a Certificate in Human Services, providing students with the major courses required for beginning level positions, as well as providing them with an entry point for the continuation of studies. All Certificate courses have been incorporated into the Human Services Degree Program.

The Human Services Program Outcomes and Technical/Essential Standards can be found on the College's web site (Human Services Program page) and in the program's handbook.

The applicant for the Human Services program should meet the general requirements for admission to the College. A Criminal Background Check is the responsibility of students and may be required for fieldwork and/or employment upon request of an agency.(Please see the full Criminal Background Check Policy in the Admissions section of the catalog). Students are required to have liability insurance prior to being placed for fieldwork. Transportation to all fieldwork assignments is the responsibility of the student.



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