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OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2007-08 
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2007-08 [Archived Catalog]

Human Services Technology Major (A.A.S.)

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Major code AA5201

Ohio University–Chillicothe and Ohio University–Southern offer a two-year program leading to an Associate in Applied Science in human services technology. Previous graduates have obtained employment in the fields of mental health, social services, child care, corrections, chemical dependency counseling, and other human service-related areas.

Technical Associate Degree Requirements

The minimum requirement for the Associate in Applied Business (A.A.B.) or the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree is the completion of 96 credits with a 2.0 accumulative GPA upon graduation. A maximum of 24 credits earned through the Experiential Learning Program may be applied to any technical associate degree. You must earn at least 30 quarter hours of resident credit at Ohio University; if you complete fewer than 60 quarter hours of Ohio University credit, you must earn at least 8 of your final 15 hours as resident credit. You also must meet Ohio University general education requirements for associate degrees. (See “Associate’s Degrees” the University College section)

To earn a technical associate degree, you must complete an Application for Update of Program(s), available from any college office or regional campus student services office.

Technical Requirements: 46-48 hours

Complete 10-12 hours of HST electives or approved technical electives, as well as the following courses:

Support Course Requirements: 23–26 hours

Complete 3-5 hours of Social Science electives, as well as the following:

One course from the following:

General Requirements: 27–30 hours

Complete a Tier I freshman composition course, a Tier I quantitative skills course (and MATH 101 developmental course if needed), and the following:

Minimum Hours Required for Graduation: 96

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