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BSMA & BSHS Course Rotation

The BS in Human Services and Management & Administration curriculum at Gordon State College includes required courses in Area F of the appropriate advisement worksheet. While graduates of these programs will receive excellent preparation for various masters and doctoral programs, the primary emphasis will be to provide practical, real-world training so that graduates can gain immediate employment. Students pursuing any Associate degree may begin taking upper division courses as soon as the second semester of their sophomore year, providing they have completed the pre-requisite courses as laid out in the academic catalog.

Course Rotation

FALL
  • HUSV 2101: Introduction to Human Services
  • HUSV 3001: Research Methods in Social Sciences
  • HUSV 3341: Applications of Statistics in Business and Nonprofit Environments
  • HUSV 4010: Program Planning, Development & Evaluation
  • HUSV 4030: Legal and Ethical Issues
  • HUSV 4081: Special Topics in Human Services Leadership
  • HUSV 4900: Human Service Internship
  • HUSV 4901: Human Service Capstone Seminar
  • PSYC 3020: Interviewing and Counseling
  • PSYC 3040: Social Psychology
  • PSYC 3050: Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYC/SOCI 3055: Addictions
  • SOCI 3060: Culture & Diversity
  • SOCI 3090: Population and Society
  • MGNT 3000: Fundamentals of Management
  • MGNT 3050
  • MGNT 3100: Principles of Marketing
  • MGNT 3200
  • MGNT/HUSV 3341
  • MGNT 3600
  • MGNT 3700
  • MGNT 4900
SPRING
  • HUSV 2101: Introduction to Human Services
  • HUSV 3001: Research Methods in Social Sciences
  • HUSV 3060: Human Service Agencies and Processes
  • HUSV 3341: Applications of Statistics in Business and Nonprofit Environments
  • HUSV 4030: Legal and Ethical Issues
  • HUSV 4080: Special Topics in Human Services
  • HUSV 4900: HS Internship
  • HUSV 4901: HS Capstone Seminar
  • PSYC 3020: Interviewing and Counseling
  • PSYC 3040: Social Psychology
  • PSYC 3050: Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYC 3060: Organizational Psychology
  • PSYC/SOCI 3065: Family Systems
  • SOCI 3045: Poverty
  • SOCI 3060: Culture & Diversity
  • MGNT 3000: Fundamentals of Management
  • MGNT 3100: Principles of Marketing
  • MGNT 3200
  • MGNT/HUSV 3341
  • MGNT 3400
  • MGNT 3500
  • MGNT 3600
  • MGNT 4400
  • MGNT 4500
  • MGNT 4900
Available Every Spring & Fall
  • MGNT 3000
  • MGNT 3200
  • MGNT/HUSV 3341
  • MGNT 3600
  • MGNT 4900