Curriculum

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.

Common Core Courses (15 units)

  1. Interdisciplinary Courses:

MAT 131

Elementary Statistics and Probability

3

BIO 250

Elements of Human Anatomy and Physiology

3

or

BIO 254

Human Biology

3

ANT 310

Culture and Personality: Psychological Anthropology

3

Or

ANT 389

Transmission Of Culture

3

PSY 363

Abnormal Psychology

3

SOC 320

The Family

3

Or

HIS 379

The Family In History

3

  1. Human Services Courses (21 units):

HUS 300

Introduction To Human Services

3

HUS 310

Helping and Professional Relationships (Co-Req: HUS 380/381)

3

HUS 315

Intercultural Communication for Human Services

3

HUS 330

Human Behavior and the Social Environment

3

HUS 400

Case Management (Co-Req: HUS 390/391)

3

HUS 410

Advanced Case Management (Co-Req: HUS 480/481)

3

HUS 460

Research Methods for Human Services

3

Fieldwork Practicum (9 units)

HUS 380

Fieldwork Practicum in Human Services I (Co-Req: HUS 310 & 381)

1

and

HUS 381

Seminar in Human Services I (Co-Req: HUS 310 & 380)

2

HUS 390

Field Practicum in Human Services II (Co-Req: HUS 400 & 391)

1

and

HUS 391

Seminar in Human Services II (Co-Req: HUS 400 & 390)

2

HUS 480

Fieldwork Practicum in Human Services III (Co-Req: HUS 410 & 481)

1

and

HUS 481

Seminar in Human Services III (Co-Req: HUS 410 & 480)

2


Electives (12 units):

Select four upper division courses in Child Development, Health Sciences, Human Services (could be HUS 490), Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology with the assistance of an advisor. Electives must be from two different departments. Approved Electives

Two-Year Course Sequence

HUS General two-year roadmap

Mental Health Recovery Option (57 units)

Common Core Courses

  1. Interdisciplinary Courses (15 units):

MAT 131

Elementary Statistics and Probability

3

BIO 250

Elements of Human Anatomy and Physiology

3

Or

BIO 254

Human Biology

3

ANT 310

Culture and Personality: Psychological Anthropology

3

Or

ANT 389

Transmission Of Culture

3

PSY 363

Abnormal Psychology

3

SOC 320

The Family

3

Or

HIS 379

The Family In History

3

  1. Human Services Courses (21 units):

HUS 300

Introduction To Human Services

3

HUS 310

Helping and Professional Relationships (Co-Req: HUS 380/381)

3

HUS 315

Intercultural Communication for Human Services

3

HUS 330

Human Behavior and the Social Environment

3

HUS 400

Case Management (Co-Req: HUS 390/391)

3

HUS 410

Advanced Case Management (Co-Req: HUS 484/485)

3

HUS 460

Research Methods for Human Services

3

Fieldwork Practicum (9 units)

HUS 380

Fieldwork Practicum in Human Services I (Co-Req: HUS 310 & 381)

1

and

HUS 381

Seminar in Human Services I (Co-Req: HUS 310 & 380)

2

HUS 390

Field Practicum in Human Services II (Co-Req: HUS 400 & 391)

1

and

HUS 391

Seminar in Human Services II (Co-Req: HUS 400 & 390)

2

HUS 484

Practicum in Mental Health Recovery (Co-Req: HUS 410 & 485) *offered SPRING only

2

and

HUS 485

Seminar in Mental Health Recovery (Co-Req: HUS 410 & 484) *offered SPRING only

1

Required Mental Health Recovery Courses (9 units)

HUS 307

Principles of Mental Health Recovery

3

HUS 311

Interventions and Strategies of Mental Health Recovery I

3

HUS 368

Interventions and Strategies of Mental Health Recovery II *offered SPRING only

3

Electives (3 units)

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

 

Two-Year Course Sequence

HUS MHR two-year roadmap

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