School(s): Community Engagement & DevelopmentMCC Program Code: HU10
CIP Code: 44.0000
NYSED Code (DCC): 33158
The Human Services A.S. degree program prepares students to transfer and earn a Baccalaureate degree in Social Work, Human Services, or a related area, by providing both professional and general education courses, that help students understand the field academically and through applied learning. Students will explore the helping professions in the classroom and gain practical experience through internships at area agencies. Human Services/Social Work professionals find employment with various types of social agencies including child protection agencies, senior citizen centers, agencies that support people with disabilities, family counseling centers, hospitals, schools and probation departments.
(Housed in the Human Services Department)
Program Learning Outcomes
1) Identify generic helping skills utilized in the Human Services field.
2) Demonstrate as appropriate the helping skills utilized in the Human Services field.
3) Assess when the various applications of the Human Services helping skills are used effectively in an agency setting.
4) Apply good judgment and professionalism as supported in the “Ethical Standards of Human Services Professionals” in areas similar to but not necessarily: basic client rights to privacy, effective treatment, or ethical issues.
5) Document behaviors accurately in cogently written statements.
6) Develop an action-oriented Human Services assessment.
7) Conduct a thorough study of a community agency (including mission statement, agency history, organizational structure, and funding).
8) Define the various roles of a Human Services worker in providing services to clients in community agencies.
|ENG 101 College Composition (grade of C or higher required) OR |
ENG 200 Advanced Composition (grade of C or higher required)
|HUM 101 Introduction to Human Services (grade of C- or higher required)|
|HUM 111 Field Work in Human Services I (grade of C- or higher required)|
|SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology|
First Semester Total:
|HUM 102 Basic Helping Skills (grade of C- or higher required)|
|HUM 112 Field Work in Human Services II (grade of C- or higher required)|
|PSY 101 Introduction to Psychological Science|
|SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - HUMANITIES (SUNY-HUMN) ELECTIVE|
|Any HED course|
|PSY 108 Fundamentals of APA Style|
Second Semester Total:
|MTH 160 Statistics I|
|BIO 133 Human Biology AND BIO 132 Laboratory to Accompany Human Biology|
|HUM 201 Models of Helping (grade of C- or higher required)|
|HUM 211 Field Work in Human Services III (grade of C- or higher required)|
Third Semester Total:
|SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - WORLD LANGUAGES (SUNY-WLNG) ELECTIVE|
| SPC 142 PUBLIC SPEAKING OR|
SPC 143 SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION
|SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - SOCIAL SCIENCES (SUNY-SOCS) ELECTIVE|
|HUM 218 Working with Trauma Informed Care Skills|
Fourth Semester Total: