2021-2022 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Human and Family Services: Transfer Major AA
This Associate of Arts transfer degree is designed for students transferring to the University of Northern Iowa or Iowa Wesleyan University to study Human and Family Services. Requirements may vary at other institutions so students should become familiar with the specific course requirements of the four-year institution to which they plan to transfer. For more information about the Human and Family Services Transfer Major AA Degree, please visit our website at www.dmacc.edu/programs/humanservices.
Locations: Ankeny, Carroll, Newton, Online, Urban
Students may start this program any semester
Program Graduation Requirements
To earn a Human and Family Services: Transfer Major AA, a student must complete all required coursework as prescribed and maintain a 2.0 grade point average.
Complete 3 semester credit hours to satisfy the Diversity Requirement with a minimum grade of “C.” The Diversity Requirement does not increase the number of credits required for graduation. The course used to fulfill the Diversity Requirement may also be used to fulfill three credits of Core requirements in Communications, Social & Behavioral Sciences, Humanities or Distributed Requirements, providing the diversity course is listed as fulfilling Core requirements in Communications, Social & Behavioral Sciences or the Humanities. If the course does not fall under any of the Core groups, the course used to fulfill the Diversity Requirement may count as an elective.
*HSV185 will satisfy the Diversity Requirement and would be a helpful going into the Human Service/Social Work field.
Total Credits Required to Complete this Award - 64
Options should be chosen based on the University to which you intend to transfer. Discuss transfer options with an advisor. Additional electives can be chosen within the Human Service Program including: (HSV 185 , HSV 135 , HSV 220 , & HSV 255 ). These courses will assist you when transferring on to a Social Work BA program as well as working in the field.
Courses listed below reflect courses that transfer to Iowa State, University of Iowa, and University of Northern Iowa. See DMACC course Catalog for other course offerings that may also transfer.
Communication: ENG 105 , ENG 106 , SPC 101 , SPC 122
Social Behavioral Sciences: Choose appropriate sequence: ECN 120 , ECN 130 , HIS 112 , HIS 113 , HIS 150 , HIS 153 , HIS 257 , POL 111 , POL 121 , POL 125 , PSY 111 , PSY 121 , SOC 110 , SOC 115 , SOC 120 , ANT 105
Math & Science: MAT 121 , MAT 141 , MAT 148 , MAT 157 , MAT 211 , MAT 217 , MAT 219 , MAT 217 , MAT 219 , MAT 227 , PHY 160 , PHY 161 , PHY 213 , PHY 223 , BIO 104 , BIO 156 , BIO 168 , BIO 168 , BIO 173 , CHM 105 , CHM 263 , CHM 273 , ENV 115 , ENV 116 , ANT 202
Humanities: Choose appropriate sequence: HIS 112 , HIS 113 , DRA 101 , FLF 151 , FLF 152 , FLF 241 , FLF 242 , FLS 151 , FLS 152 , FLS 241 , FLS 242 , LIT 101 , LIT 110 , LIT 111 , PHI 105 , PHI 110 * Your Electives. Distributed Courses should reflect your area of interest or interest exploration. Please review your transfer college/ program requirements.
Tuition……………………………………………………………………………………..$174.00 per credit
The costs for each program are estimates and subject to change.
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DMACC offers career and technical programs in the following areas of study:
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Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
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Business, Management, and Marketing
Education, Public, and Human Services
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Entrance requirements for specific programs can be found at https://www.dmacc.edu/admissions/Pages/checklist.aspx. (2021)