AAS Degree

Students interested in the Human Services Technology Associate's Degree with a concentration in Developmental Disabilities (DDT) are required to complete seventy-six hours in a five semester (general education courses as well as 14 program-specific courses) full-time student program. Course descriptions can be found in the College Catalog.

First Semester (Fall)Fourth Semester (Fall)
DDT 110 - Introduction to Developmental Disabilities DDT 220 - Program Planning Process
HSE 110 - Introduction to Human Services DDT 240 - Aging with a Lifelong Disability
CIS 111 - Basic PC Literacy HSE 125 - Counseling
ENG 111 - Expository Writing GRO 120 - Gerontology
MAT 110 - Mathematical Measurement and Literacy WBL 111 - Work-Based Learning I
PSY 150 - General Psychology WBL 115 - Work-Based Learning Seminar I
Second Semester (Spring) Fifth Semester (Spring)
DDT 120 - Teaching People with Developmental Disabilities DDT 210 - Health Issues
DDT 230 - Supported Employment Methods HSE 210 - Human Services Issues
HSE 112 - Group Process I HSE 225 - Crisis Intervention
HSE 120 - Interpersonal Relations SAB 110 - Substance Abuse Overview
HSE 123 - Interviewing Techniques PSY 241 - Developmental Psychology
ENG 114 - Professional Research & Reporting WBL 121 - Work-Based Learning II
WBL 125 - Work-Based Learning Seminar II
Third Semester (Summer)
COM 231 - Public Speaking
SOC 213 - Sociology of the Family
SOC 225 - Social Diversity
Elective - Humanities/Fine Arts