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ASSOCIATE OF ARTS
This programme is designed to provide students with relevant and current knowledge in some areas of the behavioural sciences and to enable those students to apply that knowledge effectively in a wide range of social contexts. It is hoped that persons completing this programme would be able to serve the community in areas such as Social Welfare services, Guidance and Counselling, and Human Resource Management. Students are prepared to transfer to other colleges/universities. Note: Students are encouraged to take MAT 113 to satisfy the General Education Mathematics requirement.
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Understand and critically apply psychological theories to rationalise individual development and behaviour across the lifespan and interaction among individuals.
Examine the impact of social attitudes on individuals, groups, and families.
Apply entry-level counselling skills to facilitate individuals, groups, and families.
Demonstrate the knowledge and basic skills necessary to conduct social research.
Analyse the impact of social issues on people, agencies, communities, and service systems.
Communicate effectively in written and oral form in human services settings.
Suggested Sequence of Courses
Personal Development for College Success
English Composition I
Any 100-Level Science Course
Introduction to Statistics
English Composition II
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
HIS 1XX/VIS 110
Any 100-Level History Course
Social Research Methods
Human Growth and Development
Counselling Theory and Practice
Sociology of Deviant Behaviour
Introduction to Gerontology
Addiction Management and Counselling
Introduction to Social Work