Help improve the mental and physical health and wellbeing of others with an associate’s degree in Human Services. Students will learn about practices in the Human Services industry, ways to analyze situations, and proposing appropriate interventions.
The curriculum covers core Human Services skills such as conducting an interview, writing an incident report, participating in team meetings, and providing support and referrals to clients. Courses in this online Human Services degree also examine case management, cultural competence, computer literacy, intervention skills, strategies for children with special needs, and more.
Graduates can pursue career opportunities including:
- Human services technician
- Case worker
- Family development specialist
- Recovery specialist
- Independent living specialist
- High school diploma or GED or CHSPE certificate or 18 years of age
- Official transcripts, if requested
School Accreditation Statement
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges