The Counseling and Social Work degree can be completed in 4 semesters and will open the world of sociology and psychology to you. Possible courses to study include “Introduction to Social Work, Introduction to Counseling, Human Relations, Social Problems, Introduction to Sociology, and Introduction to Psychology, and many more. Required classes
What is required of a student?
Students will be challenged to look at some of the most severe problems in American society and investigate how they can become a part of the solution to those problems. Students who can think critically, analyze complex problems, and help solve them will find this field of study fascinating. Students with an open mind, a helping heart, and a willingness to learn often find this field of study right up their alley.
What happens after graduation?
After graduation many of our graduates transfer to a 4 year degree program in social work or some field of human services. Many of our graduates seek immediate employment in entry level positions in local human services organizations. Students can be found working in DHS, treatment centers, shelters, and a host of agencies that seek to assist individuals. With an Associate’s Degree, this transfer is easy and seamless. Typical students may transfer to one of the following programs; specifics of these programs should be investigated by the interested student:
East Central University School of Social Work
OU School of Social Work
UCO Human Services Option of Sociology
UCO Substance Abuse Studies Option of Sociology
Why choose RSC Counseling Social Work option of Sociology?
Our program involves you in the process of learning about social problems, and working to solve them. Many of the required courses will send you into the field through service learning exercises, allowing you to take what you learn in the classroom and see how it fits in the community. Our classes are small, and our facilities are excellent. Faculty are well trained in their fields and provide you with a strong foundation in the field.