The Liberal Arts & Sciences: Psychology Associate in Science Degree program provides students who plan to transfer to a bachelor-level program with a comprehensive foundation of psychology courses, as well as a liberal arts background. The Psychology Internship allows students to gain direct experience in work settings related to a variety of psychology careers. Students interested in advanced degrees in clinical psychology or in academic research in psychology will find this program a good way to begin exploring the field while meeting general education requirements for transfer to four-year colleges.
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The Human Services Associate in Applied Science Degree program provides the skills needed to begin working in a variety of helping professions. Working with an advisor, students plan a course of study around their career interests. The counseling emphasis helps to develop the knowledge and interpersonal skills required to help those in need solve provlems in living. Human Services students must complete two semesters of professionally supervised internship experiences in a setting related to their career direction. Students who choose to continue their education will find opportunities to transfer into baccalaureate programs in social work, psychology, therapeutic recreation, occupational therapy, child life, and related areas.
Requirements: One high school mathematics course or its equivalent is required.
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Human Services & Chemical Dependency Internships
For information about internships in human services, counseling, and chemical dependency practice, please refer to the following student handbook:
Students who are instructed to complete an internship application can complete the following forms and return them to PH379 or email them to Elin Cormican at firstname.lastname@example.org.