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University of Pittsburgh Titusville    
2017-2018 Titusville Campus Catalog 
    
 
  Nov 20, 2018
 
2017-2018 Titusville Campus Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Human Services, AA


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Pitt-Titusville’s Associate of Science degree in human services provides a strong foundation in human service concepts, communication skills, and analytical skills that will serve as a solid base for a professional career and for advanced study in human services. Human Services is a multidisciplinary field that prepares professionals for employment in supportive, therapeutic, community services, and intervention programs. Classes include an overview of issues and history involving human services work, philosophical models, types of services, and professional roles. Our graduates work for community social services agencies, public and private schools, and within the judicial system, among other areas. See internship requirements .

  • Understand the concepts important in human service delivery.
  • Apply critical thinking skills in analyzing data relevant to a career in a human service agency.
  • Demonstrate their understanding of human service concepts by successfully completing an internship in a human service agency.

General Education Course Requirements


Competencies


The Human Experience


Arts and Letters


(6 credits - 3 credits must be in literature or creative, fine or performing arts)

  • Literature - 3 Credits
  • Creative, Fine, and Performing Arts - 3 Credits
  • Foreign Language - 3 Credits

History and Philosophical Inquiry


Physical, Life, and Computational Sciences


Elective Courses


  • Elective Course - 2-3 Credits

Total Credits: 60


  • Students must earn a C- or better in FS 0002 ENG 0101  and MATH 0031 /MATH 0110 .
  • Student must earn a minimum 2.0 grade point average in the general education program (competencies and human experience).
  • Students must earn a minimum cumulative 2.0 in the Major course requirements.
  • Students must earn a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average.

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