Suggested Course Sequence
Suggested course sequences are designed to give students guidance for completing programs of study in the minimum length of time. Your path may not look exactly like the suggested course sequence if any of the following circumstances apply to you:
- You are a transfer student and some of the courses you transfer meet the requirements for your program of study (certificate, diploma or degree).
- All new students are required to have an ACT score or take a placement test. Based on your scores, you may be required to complete ASC Math, Reading and Writing courses the first and second semesters. This will affect the sequence of the courses you take and may result in a longer length of time for you to complete your program of study.
- The course sequence does not apply if a student fails or withdraws from a course. If this occurs, the student will have to re-take the course, which may result in a longer length of time to complete.
Track your certificate or degree requirements in my.uttc.edu by logging into the system. Then go to the Student Information tab, under Advising, and find your Degree Audit. The Degree Audit form tracks your progress.
The course sequence is designed as a guide for students planning their course selection and is only a suggested schedule. Actual course selections should be made with the advice and consent of the academic advisor. Students should refer to the information contained in the current Academic Catalog for the year they are admitted to UTTC.
HUMAN & SOCIAL SERVICES ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE
|Fall Semester 1||Credits|
|SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology||3|
|CSC 101 Intro to Computers||3|
|ENG 110 Composition I||3|
|FND 106 First Year Experience and Healthy Living||2|
|MTH 101 Introduction to Algebra (pre‐requisite as needed)||3|
|Arts & Humanities Elective*||3|
|Spring Semester 1||Credits|
|HSS 260 Alcohol & Drug Use In American Society||3|
|SWK 255 Social Work in Modern Society||3|
|ENG 120 Composition II||3|
|PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology||3|
|MTH 102 Intermediate Algebra (pre‐requisite as needed)||3|
|Fall Semester 2||Credits|
|SWK 257 Human Behavior in the Social Environment||3|
|HSS 250 Interpersonal Skills||3|
|CHILD & FAMILY TRACK: HSS 285 Child Welfare in Rural Areas |
ADDICTION TRACK: HSS 223 Principles of Interview & Counseling
|CHILD & FAMILY TRACK: HSS 201 Case Management||3|
|COM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking||3|
|MTH 103 College Algebra or MTH 104 Finite Math||4|
|Spring Semester 2||Credits|
|HSS 228 Crisis Intervention||3|
|SWK 256 Development in Social Welfare||3|
|ADDICTION TRACK: HSS 235 Group Work in Human Services||3|
|CHILD & FAMILY TRACK: HSS 286 Family Dynamics
ADDICTION TRACK: HSS 244 Addiction Counseling
|PSY 270 Abnormal Psychology||3|
|BIO 111 Concepts of Biology or BIO 150 General Biology||4|
|Minimum Credits Needed for Graduation:||61|
* See General Education Matrix for Electives