Annette Clark, Program Director
Allied Health 240
This transfer pattern is designed for students interested in social work and intending
to transfer to a four- year degree program with a major in social work. Students should
note that all schools of social work have a specialized, competitive admissions process;
therefore, completion of this recommended sequence does not guarantee admission to
a four-year program. It is essential that students consult the catalog of the school
where they plan to apply and then work closely with their academic advisor at Allegany
College of Maryland to select the appropriate courses.
Successful completion of this program qualifies a student to apply for an Associate of Science degree in Arts and Sciences - Area of Concentration in Social Work.
SPECIAL NOTE: Students interested in a career in Social Work should also consider the Human Service Associate Program. Allegany College of Maryland's Human Service Associate curriculum is a career program, which provides "hands-on" training in the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for employment in the social work field. This training may also strengthen the student's application to a four-year social work program. The Human Service Associate program is especially appropriate for the social work transfer student who needs or prefers to work since the three required internships often lead to employment in the helping fields. Students interested in transfer to a four-year program in social work should consult with their advisor regarding appropriate course selection.
Required Sociology Courses
|SOC-101||Introduction to Sociology|
|Interdisciplinary Studies In Human Society or Sociology Elective|
||Introduction to Social Work
Required General Courses
|ENG-101||Freshman English I|
|Freshman English II or
Introduction to Literature or
Business and Technical Communication
|HIST-104||United States History II|
|MATH-109||Probability and Statistics|
|POSC-101||American National Government|
Required Elective Courses
Please consult with your advisor or the Advising Center staff for selecting appropriate elective courses for graduation.
Electives - 6 credits
Laboratory Science Elective - 3 credits
Physical Education or Integrative Health Elective - 2 credits
Philosophy Elective - 3 credits
Social and Behavioral Science Elective - 3 credits
AREA OF CONCENTRATION
PREPARATION FOR TRANSFER
|FIRST SEMESTER||Credit Hours|
|English 101 (Freshman English I)||3|
|Psychology 101 (General Psychology)||3|
|Sociology 101 (Introduction to Sociology)||3|
|Speech 101 (Speech Communication)||3|
|Art 101 (Art Appreciation) or Music 112 (Music Appreciation)||3|
|English 102, 103, or 112 (Freshman English II, English Literature, or Business and Technical Writing)||3|
|Mathematics 109 (Probability and Statistics)||3|
|Political Science 101 (American National Government)||3|
|Social and Behavioral Science Elective||3|
|Elective 1, 2||3|
|Integrative Health or Physical Education Electives 3||2|
|Laboratory Science Elective 4||4|
|Sociology 104 (Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Society) or Sociology Elective||3|
|Sociology 203 (Social Problems)||3|
|Biological Science 116 (Human Biology)||3|
|Computer Technology 101 (Computer Literacy)||3|
|Elective 1, 2||3|
|History 104 (United States History II)||3|
|Sociology 250 (Introduction to Social Work)||3|
|Total Credit Hours:||60|
1 Consult your advisor or Advising Center staff for appropriate courses.
2 Recommended electives: Humanities 110, Integrative Health Courses, Psychology or Sociology classes in area of interest.
3 Recommended electives: Integrative Health 114 or Physical Education 145.
4 Recommended: Biological Science 100 or Biological Science 101.
'NOTE: All courses specifically identified by course number are graduation requirements for this program.