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Program Requirements

Disclaimer: The list below provides an example of requirements & suggested course sequencing for new students. Actual program requirements will vary depending on the date of enrollment in the program. Please consult the appropriate catalog for official degree/program requirements.

CRN Course Name Credits
ANT 100 Introduction to Anthropology 3 credits
PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology 3 credits
SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology 3 credits
SOC 110 Introduction to Human Services & Community Mental Health 3 credits
SSC 340 Research Methods 3 credits
  Upper Level Anthropology Course 3 credits
  Upper Level Psychology Courses 6 credits
  Upper Level Sociology Course 3 credits
Select either PSY 497 or SSC 440 & SSC 441
PSY 497 Community Behavioral Health Internship (Capstone) 9 credits
SSC 440 Research Methods and Theory Seminar (Capstone I) 3 credits
SSC 441 Senior Research (Capstone II) 3 credits
Total 36+ credits

Required Support Courses

CRN Course Name Credits
SSC 241 Writing & Critical Analysis in Behavioral & Social Sciences* 3 credits
MAT 351 Statistics I 3 credits

*Students may show evidence of competency by submitting evidence for writing skills 

Required Additional Credits

18 Additional credits required through one of the following 3 options:

  1. Complete a Minor (other than Behavioral Science)
  2. Complete Behavioral Community Health Services –MHRT-C Competencies
  3. Pre-graduate program studies in Anthropology, Sociology or Psychology.  Upper level electives (18 credits) in the discipline of concentration.

Required Experiential Work

Students will be expected to work within the campus and local communities. The extra-mural service learning experiences will be part of the senior evaluation, and constitute the citizenship and social responsibility requirements of the general education core.