The online BS in Human Services / Sociology - Health & Community Services degree program from Post University provides students with the knowledge and skills required to secure human services jobs as caseworkers, youth workers, probation officers, life skills instructors, group home managers, client advocates, program managers, and program engagement coordinators. Students in the Sociology - Health & Community Services Concentration develop an understanding of the impact of society on individuals. Coursework addresses topics including socialization, stratification, social class, social change and social influence on marriage and family; alcohol and drug use; and gender, race, and ethnicity.
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