School of Human Services
DBU offers flexible class schedules to accommodate the busy lives of traditional and non-traditional students alike. We typically find that students enrolling with a course load slightly less than full-time are better equipped to blend their academic life with personal life and/or work demands.
General Education Requirements:
To attain the A.A.S. degree, students are required to earn 30 general education credits in addition to the Program Requirements (below)
|Class #||Class Name||Credits||Class #||Class Name||Credits|
|BS 110||Business Communications||4||HUS 240||Legal and Ethical Issues in Human Services||4|
|GEN 108||Introduction to Psychology||5||HUS 300||Crisis Intervention & Treatment Approaches||3|
|GEN 120||Research Methods||5||HUS 320||Human Services Internship||4|
|HUS 110||Introduction to Human Services||3||PDV 002||Job Readiness||2|
|HUS 112||Group Dynamics||3||PSY 126||Child and Adolescent Development||5|
|HUS 114||Multicultural Issues in Human Services||3||PSY 222||Interpersonal Relations||5|
|HUS 212||Family Dynamics||3||PSY 223||Abnormal Psychology||5|
|HUS 216||Introduction to Chemical Dependency||3||PSY 316||Psychology of Addictions||3|
Note: Students may be required to take COM 001 or MTH 001 based on entrance exam scores and/or skill placement evaluations.