Human and Social Services
Assess client needs; plan and implement direct and indirect services for individuals and families; make referrals and enable linkage to social service agencies; advocate for client rights and services; and provide case management within the context of a multidisciplinary team.
Associate Degree of Applied Science
Two-year (four semesters) full-time degree schedule; mixture of core social work, psychology, and human services classes, combined with interviewing, substance abuse, counseling, and case management coursework; two ‘‘practicum’’ field placements provide opportunities to apply classroom learning to real work settings within the professional social service community; the program can be completed on a part-time basis.
Advocate Human Services
Employee Mental Health Technician
Social Worker Assistant
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
What am I expected to learn?
Demonstrate knowledge of counseling and interviewing strategies which includes the use of active listening skills. Demonstrate an understanding of ethnic and cultural diversity. Display fundamental knowledge of social work theory and values, ethical guidelines, and legal regulations. Demonstrate professional behavior in accordance with social work practices. Demonstrate knowledge of psychopathology, case management, community resources, and family systems.
Admission Limited Enrollment
MTC Application for Admission and nonrefundable application fee. Completed Human and Social Service program application form. American College Test (ACT) scores with a minimum composite score of 15. Successful completion of the Basic Skills Assessment (COMPASS) in Reading and Writing. Reading: a minimum score of 80or successful completion of 0960 (scores of 0-63) and 0970 (scores of 64-79). Writing: a minimum score of 70 or successful completion of 0980 (scores 18-32) and 0990 (scores 33-69). Final high school transcript (or GED results) and college transcripts (if applicable).3+
And if you’re interested in working within substance abuse treatment and recovery programs, community-based programs for adults and juveniles, half-way houses, or other specialty treatment and mental health facilities, MTC’s HSS Chemical Dependency Track provides specialized training. This track consists of the established HSS curriculum plus HSS 26400(CD: Intro to Pharmacology), HSS2660 (CD: Etiology, Diagnosis, Treatment Modalities, and Assessment), HSS2760 (CD: Ethics). These chemical dependency courses also contribute towards becoming a Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant (CDCA), and or as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor II (LCDC II) via The Ohio Chemical Dependency Professional Board (OCDP). * Students will need to complete additional work hours after graduation to obtain this credential, as identified via OCDP.
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