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BAS Human Services Program Curriculum

View our BAS Human Services Program Curriculum here!

Program Entrance Requirements

Acceptance into the program requires a completed associates degree from a regionally accredited institution, including 12 credits of lower division Human Services courses (or their transfer equivalent) from the following list:

Program Entrance Requirements
Course
Description
Credits
CPD 116
Substance Abuse: Fundamental Facts and Insights
3
HMS 101
Introduction to Human Services
3
HMS 102
Introduction to Counseling
3
HMS 105
Substance Abuse Counseling Methods
3
HMS 200
Ethics in Human Services
3
TOTAL
15

First Semester

First Semester
Course
Description
Credits
ENG 333
Professional Communication
3
HMS 322
Family Integrated Treatment of Addiction Disorders
3
INT 339
Integrative Humanities Seminar
3
PHIL 311
Professional Ethics
3
STAT 152
Principles of Statistics, or
3-4
MATH 181
Calculus I
3-4
TOTAL
15-16

Second Semester

Second Semester
Course
Description
Credits
FIN 310
Applied Accounting and Finance
3
HMS 407
Applied Behavior Analysis and interventions in Addictions and Behavioral Health
3
HMS 475
Prevention Strategies in Human Services and Addiction
3
INT 349
Integrative Social Science Seminar
3
MGT 310
Foundations of Management Theory and Practice
3
TOTAL
15

Third Semester

Third Semester
Course
Description
Credits
HMS 350
Public Advocacy and Community Development in Human Services
3
HMS 405
Advanced Human Services Practicum I
5
HMS 465
Clinical Writing, Case and Resource Management in Human Services
3
INT 359
Integrative Mathematics Seminar
3
MGT 323
Organized Behavior and Interpersonal Behavior, or
3
MGT 367
Human Resource Management
3
TOTAL
17

Fourth Semester

Fourth Semester
Course
Description
Credits
COM 101
Oral Communication, or
3
THTR 102
Introduction to Stage Voice, or
3
THTR 221
Oral Interpretation
3
HMS 406
Advanced Human Services Practicum II
5
HMS 427
Identification and Assessment in Mental Health and Addiction
3
HMS 450
Advanced Human Services Seminar (Capstone)
3
TOTAL
14

For More Information Contact

Winni Stevenson
775-753-2300
winni.stevenson@gbcnv.edu

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