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Le Moyne College: B.S. IN PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
Human Services Concentration
Concentration Coordinator: Frank Ridzi, PhD.
BSPS Human Services Concentration Curriculum
Course Number & Title
COR 100: First Year Seminar – Transitions
WRT 101: Critical Writing
ENG 210: Major Authors
ENG 310: Literature and Culture
PHL 110: Introduction to Philosophy
PHL 210: Moral Philosophy
EAC 1: Encountering Another Culture (2 Semester Language Sequence)
EAC 2: Encountering Another Culture (2 Semester Language Sequence)
VPA: Visual & Performing Arts
IDS: Interdisciplinary Studies
COR 400: Senior Seminar – Transformations
REL: Religious Studies
HST 110: World Civilization I
HST 111: World Civilization II
DIV: Diversity Requirement
MTH (fulfilled in concentration)
Social Science (fulfilled in concentration)
College CORE Credit Total:
Professional Studies CORE
CSC 151: Intro to Digital Technologies
ENG 403: Writing and Speaking in the Professions
SOC 341: Human Services Caseload Management or MGT 460: Managing Systems Projects
Quantitative and Analytical Skills (fulfilled in concentration)
CORE Credit Total:
PSY 101: Intro to Psychology
SOC 101: Intro to Sociology
MTH 110: Intro to Statistics
SOC 201: Research Methods
SOC 240: Social Welfare
PSY 330: Cross Cultural Psychology (DIV/IDS/CE)
Select 2 courses from distribution 1 at least 1 at the 300/400 level:
SOC 231: Marriage and Families
SOC 323: Juvenile Delinquency
PSY 280: Abnormal/Normal Psychology
PSY 302: Personality
PSY 220: Human Lifespan Development OR PSY 320: Adulthood and Aging
PSY 365: Growth Through Play
PSY 380: Counseling and Psychotherapy
PSY 445: The Psychology of Grief
PSY 449: Psychology of Disabilities
Select 2 courses from distribution 2 at least 1 at the 300/400 level:
ANT 102: World Cultures
PSC 205: Intro to Legal Studies or PSC 230: Legal Research and Writing
SOC 335: Economics of Poverty (DIV credit)
PSY 370: Organizational Psychology
PSC 332: Public Policy or PSC 331 Introduction to Public Administration
PGS 334: Social Activism: - IDS
SOC 326: Deviance
SOC 402: Program Evaluation
CJS 305: Criminological Theory
Concentration Credit Total:
Elective Credit Total:
Total Degree Credits
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