Division of Business & Professional Studies
The Human Services program combines courses in social sciences, primarily psychology and sociology, with seminars and field work in the human and social services field. In addition to obtaining the necessary professional skills such as interviewing, report writing, behavior modification, and human relations, students gain a broad background in the liberal arts. Upon graduation, students are prepared to work in a variety of social agencies related to their educational credentials and work experience.
Upon successful completion, the Associate in Arts Degree in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Human Services is awarded.
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CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) and SORI (Sexual Offender Registry Information) background checks are required prior to practicum placement and will be conducted by the practicum location in accordance with state regulations. CORI and SORI results are confidential