Human Services A.A.S.

Program Strengths

Program Strengths

  • Students work closely with caring, highly qualified faculty.
  • The degree program is designed to capitalize on current employment trends. The job outlook for those educated in Human Services is excellent.
  • Practical field experiences are incorporated throughout the program to help students identify areas of interest, build professional networks, and develop references for future employment.
  • Integration of technology in course assignments and core curriculum provide graduates with the skills necessary for success in our increasingly technological society.
  • Partnerships with local organizations provide opportunities for collaboration in addressing community social needs.
  • Students in the program will develop professional portfolios which will allow them to organize their strengths and assets for presentation to potential employers.
  • Graduates of the program will be poised to evaluate and create opportunities for social change.

Admissions Requirements

Students must be prepared to enter Composition and Research (ENGL 101) and Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry (MATH 102). Students who do not demonstrate the ability to meet these minimum requirements will be required to successfully complete preparatory coursework and skill-building classes before admission to the Human Services degree program.

Once students have met admission requirements, they will be allowed to transfer into the Human Services program.