Catalog 2010-2011, Final Edition 
    
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Catalog 2010-2011, Final Edition [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Behavioral and Social Sciences


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Location:

Westview 690, 970.339.6387

Department Chair:

Dr. Tracey L. Trenam, 970.339.6216

Advisors and Faculty:

Cathy Beighey, 970.339.6371

Sociology

Dr. Vicky Bollenbacher, 970.339.6314

Political Science

Rita Clark, 970.339.6221

Psychology

Dr. Richard Hanks, 970.339.6513

Psychology

Clint Heiner, 970.339.6442

History

Juanita Hernandez, 970.339.6270

Psychology

Dr. Michael Kelsey, 970.339.6393

Geography

Dr. Allan Obert, 970.339.6217

Psychology

Amy Riley, 970.339.6624

Anthropology

David Shaubert, 970.339.6631

Economics

Dr. Tracey Trenam, 970.339.6216

History

Dr. ShawnaLee Washam, 970.339.6346

Psychology

Wendy Wright-Kilker, 970.339.6205

Psychology

Degrees/Certificates offered:

Associate of Arts - A.A.

Associate of Science - A.S.

The Behavioral and Social Sciences Department at Aims Community College offers the student a wide range of instructional opportunities. Behavioral and Social Sciences include the disciplines of Anthropology, Counseling, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Women’s Studies. Students who are already interested in careers in teaching, the law, government/public service, psychology, counseling, politics, the economics community, and countless others will find our courses pave the way to that employment.

Students who are unsure of their “major” or who are not positive about their career choices find the Behavioral and Social Sciences help them hone in on educational and career options that they may never have considered. These courses help students meet their required courses, as listed in the A.A., A.S., A.A.S., A.G.S., and certificate information in this catalog, and they serve the student as “electives” within nearly any program.

Colorado Alcohol & Drug Abuse Courses Counselor I and Counselor II

The Behavioral and Social Sciences department no longer offers Colorado Alcohol & Drug Abuse courses. For information on these courses, contact Continuing Education, 970.339.6213.

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