The Associate of Arts in General Studies concentration in Behavioral Science is a 60 credit (2 year) degree combining a sound liberal arts foundationwith the fundamentals of anthropology, psychology, and
|General Education Requirements||26 credits|
|ANT 100||Introduction to Anthropology||3 credits|
|PSY 100||Introduction to Psychology||3 credits|
|SOC 100||Introduction to Sociology||3 credits|
|Upper level Anthropology elective||3 credits|
|Upper level Psycology elective||3 credits|
|Upper level Sociology elective||3 credits|
|ANT/PSY/SOC297 Preceptorship||3 credits|
|MAT 351||Statistics||3 credits|
*For students interested in Human Services/Social Work the MHRT-C competencies are recommended.
Disclaimer: The requirements listed above provide an example of what may be required for new students. Actual program requirements will vary depending on the academic year in which the student enrolled in the program. Please consult the appropriate catalog for official degree/program requirements.
Required Experiential Work
Students will be expected to work within the campus and local communities each year. The extra-mural service learning experiences will be part of the pre-graduation evaluation, and constitute the citizenship and social responsibility requirements of the general education core.
Each student in Behavioral Services, within the first year of attending UMFK, shall select an advisor from among the full-time faculty in the Behavioral and Social Sciences. The advisor will guide the career and professional choices of the student.
Techniques for Assessment
The student will be assessed both directly and indirectly. Students are to maintain a year-by-year portfolio of exemplars of their work. In the final year, the portfolio will be reviewed by at least 2 Behavioral and Social Sciences faculty.