The online Associate of Applied Science in Caregiver Services program prepares students to care for adults and children who need assistance with fundamental life skills that they cannot safely or comfortably do alone. The curriculum covers a variety of topics related to health, aging, special education, human development, and social welfare, preparing students to act as personal care and service workers, geriatric aides, home health aides, and blind escorts. Graduates are prepared to work with human services agencies to provide client services, to work as independent providers of home health services, and to work as employees of nursing homes, adult care centers, group homes, or other agencies that serve the aging and disabled.
This degree program requires 63-65 credits for completion.
- Official high school transcripts or GED scores
- Official college transcripts, if applicable
- ACT scores
- Criminal background check
School Accreditation Statement
Higher Learning Commission