Aug 13, 2020  
2020-2021 College Catalog 
    
2020-2021 College Catalog

Degree Map: Human Services A.S., Child & Family Services Option


If you are a full-time student taking 15-18 hours per semester and follow this degree map, you can complete this associate degree in two years.  See an academic advisor for a customized degree map that works for you.  To be recommended for the Associate in Science degree, you must achieve a grade point average of 2.0 as a minimum on all coursework attempted (minimum of 60 hours).  All HSVC courses must be completed with a grade of ‘C’ or better.

Note the Milestones below each semester.  Milestones are reminders of actions you should take during that semester to help keep you on track for degree completion.

First Semester

Course Number and Title Credit Hours
ENGL 1113 - Composition I   3
HIST 1483 - U.S. History 1492 to the Civil War Era  or HIST 1493 - U.S. History - Civil War Era to the Present   3
HSVC 1113 - Principles of Human Services   3
HSVC 1213 - Basic Counseling Skills   3
MATH 1473 - Quantitative Reasoning (A)  or higher level General Education Math 3
Total Credit Hours 15

Milestones

  • Check the academic calendar for important dates and deadlines impacting classes and financial aid.
  • To maintain financial aid eligibility, a student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 1.70 during the first 30 credit hours attempted and complete 67% of the courses attempted.  Review your Financial Aid Dashboard or visit the Financial Aid Office to determine your financial aid status.
  • Download MS Office from MyTCC.
  • HSVC 1113 and HSVC 1213 require a C or better to progress to advanced courses in the program. 
  • Form a study group, join a student organization, or volunteer at a community service site.
  • Visit the writing, math and science, or technology learning centers for free individual tutoring support services.
  • Meet with an academic advisor before enrolling for the next semester.

Second Semester

Course Number and Title Credit Hours
ENGL 1213 - Composition II   3
BIOL 1114 - General Biology for Non-Majors (L)   4
GEOG 1043 - Introduction to Cultural Geography (S,I,H)   3
HSVC 1413 - Introduction to Developmental Disabilities   3
PSYC 1113 - Introduction to Psychology (S)  or SOCI 1113 - Introduction to Sociology (S)   3
Total Credit Hours 16

Milestones

  • Check the academic calendar for important dates and deadlines impacting classes and financial aid.
  • To maintain financial aid eligibility, a student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 1.70 during the first 30 credit hours attempted and complete 67% of the courses attempted.  Review your Financial Aid Dashboard or visit the Financial Aid Office to determine your financial aid status.
  • HSVC 1413 requires a C or better to progress to advanced courses in the program. 
  • Meet with an academic advisor before enrolling for the next semester.
  • Schedule a campus visit with your transfer institution’s student recruitment office.
  • Visit Career Services by your 20th credit hour to explore career opportunities associated with this degree.

Third Semester

Course Number and Title Credit Hours
BIOL 1383 - Nutrition   3
COMM 1113 - Public Speaking   3
HSVC 2003 - Family Relationships  - Seek faculty advisement regarding the semester this course is offered. 3
HSVC 2023 - Lifespan Development   3
HSVC 2053 - Human Services Applications/Case Management   3
POLS 1113 - American Federal Government   3
Total Credit Hours 18

Milestone

  • Check the academic calendar for important dates and deadlines impacting classes and financial aid.
  • To maintain financial aid eligibility, a student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 if 31 or more hours have been attempted and complete 67% of the courses attempted.  Review your Financial Aid Dashboard or visit the Financial Aid Office to determine your financial aid status.
  • Meet with an academic advisor for a graduation check and to complete a Petition for Computer Proficiency if needed.
  • HSVC 2023, HSVC 2053, and HSVC 2003 require a C or better to progress to advanced courses in the program. 
  • Complete applications for admission and financial aid for the four-year institution to which you plan to transfer.
  • Visit Career Services to build your resume.

Fourth Semester

Course Number and Title Credit Hours
HUMN 2113 - Humanities I: Prehistory through the Middle Ages (H)  or HUMN 2223 - Humanities II: Renaissance to the Early 20th Century (H)   3
HSVC 2113 - Human Services Internship   3
MATH 2193 - Elementary Statistics   3
PSYC 2813 - Human Sexuality (S)  (may be taken as SOCI 2813) 3

Controlled Elective three (3) hours.  Select from one of the following courses.
CSCI 1203 - Computer Concepts and Applications  
Foreign Language - Any skill-based course
HSVC 1313 - Chemical Dependency and Treatment  
HSVC 2073 - Issues in Human Services  
HSVC 2173 - Service Learning in Human Services  
HSVC 2203 - Parent-Child Relations  
PSYC 2053 - Social Psychology  
HSVC 2713 - Crisis Intervention Strategies and Practice   
Other electives may be allowed.  See Human Services faculty for advisement.

3
Total Credit Hours 15

Milestone

  • Check the academic calendar for important dates and deadlines impacting classes and financial aid.
  • To maintain financial aid eligibility, a student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 if 31 or more hours have been attempted and complete 67% of the courses attempted.  Review your Financial Aid Dashboard or visit the Financial Aid Office to determine your financial aid status.
  • Meet with an academic advisor to file for graduation.

Transfer Information

This degree is intended for transfer to Oklahoma State University for completion of a baccalaureate degree.  You should work closely with an academic advisor each semester to make certain you are enrolled in the correct courses for a seamless transfer process and you are encouraged to begin a dialogue with your intended transfer school as early as possible. Early coordination between TCC academic advisors and advisors from selected four-year institutions can streamline the transfer process. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that he/she understands the program/admission/transfer requirements for the transfer school.