|The University of Maine at Augusta|
|A Member of the University of Maine System|
Post Baccalaureate of Science - MENTAL HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
(32 credit hours)
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This checksheet is intended to be informational only.
Students must consult with an academic advisor prior to registration
In effect for students admitted to Fall 2003
|You must complete the following as requirements for your
baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution in a different discipline
|PROGRAM MAJOR REQUIREMENTS|
|MENTAL HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES (32 credit hours)|
|*PSY 220: Psychosocial Rehabilitation|
|*PSY 232: Crisis Counseling|
|*PSY 330: Interviewing and Counseling|
|*SOC 305: Group Process|
|*HUS 212: Case Management|
|HUS 308: Assesment & Planning|
|HUS 349: Supervision in Human Services|
|HUS 460: Internship Seminar|
|HUS 462: Internship in Mental Health & Human Services|
Students who have completed any of the required courses listed above should select substitutes from the following list in addition to completing one of the following courses.
|HUS 101: Intro to Social Services System|
|*PSY 218: Community Mental Health|
|*PSY 350: Mental Health and Aging|
|PSY 400: Abnormal Psychology|
|SOC 319: Social Gerontology|
|SSC 331: Substance Abuse Counseling for Special Populations|
|SSC 332: Addiction and the Family|
|*HUS 125: The Chemically Dependant|
|(or one of the following)|
|PSY 229: Models of Addiction|
|*HUS 326: Chemical Dependency Counseling|
|*Courses required for Mental Health Rehabilitation Technician II state certification|
Upon Completion of the Post Baccalaureate in Mental Health & Human Services, students will be granted Mental Health Rehabilitation Technician III certification.
|APPROVED TO RECEIVE DEGREE: Post Baccalaureate of Science, Mental Health & Human Services|
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Students are encouraged to contact their faculty advisor and the Advising Center
for academic advising and support services throughout their stay at UMA.
In effect for students admitted to Fall 2003.