Bachelor of Human Services Degree


Emphasis Areas

Emphasis areas are only required for AAS students accepted before the 2013/14 catalog and BHS students accepted before the 2014/15 catalog.  It is highly recommended you consult with your Human Services faculty advisor before registering for courses.

General Human Services
Course No.Course TitleCredits
HUMS/PSY A153Human Relations3
HUMS A256Groups & Organizations3
HUMS A350Men and Masculinity3
PSY A245Child Development3
PSY A261Research Methods in Psychology4
PSY A345Abnormal Psychology3
SOC A202The Social Organization of Society3
SOC A242An Introduction to Marriage, Family and Intimate Relationships3
SOC A246Adolescence3
SOC/PSY A453Application of Statistics to the Social Sciences4
Substance Abuse
Course No.Course TitleCredits
HUMS A122Substance Abuse as a Contemporary Problem3
HUMS A123Public Education & Prevention in Substance Abuse3
HUMS A124Introduction to Physiology and Pharmacology of Substance Abuse3
HUMS A226Intervention Continuum in Substance Abuse Counseling3
HUMS A416Substance Abuse and the Older Adult3
SWK A471Addictions and Social Work3
Family and Youth
Course No.Course TitleCredits
HUMS A350Men and Masculinity3
HUMS A416Substance Abuse and the Older Adult3
PSY A245Child Development3
SOC A242An Introduction to Marriage, Family and Intimate Relationships3
SOC A246Adolescence3
Disabilities
Course No.Course TitleCredits
ASL A101Elementary Sign Language I3
ASL A102Elementary Sign Language II3
ASL A201Intermediate Sign Language I3
PSY A445Strategies of Behavior Change3
PSY A455Best Practices-Mental Health3
Diversity Issues
Course No.Course TitleCredits
AKNS A101Alaska Native Languages I4
AKNS A102Alaska Native Languages II4
AKNS A109Alaska Native Language Orthography4
AKNS A201Native Perspectives3
AKNS A492Seminar: Cultural Knowledge of Native Elders3
ANTH A270Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women3
HUMS A350Men and Masculinity3
HUMS A416Substance Abuse and the Older Adult3
WS A200Introduction to Women's Studies3