Human Service Concentration Credits: 24
Students work with an advisor to identify a group of courses from human services and related disciplines that support a concentration in such areas as addictions, psychiatric rehabilitation, gerontology, child/adolescent services, activity/recreational therapies, and developmental disabilities. These courses prepare students to graduate with knowledge and skills directly applicable to their chosen area of interest within the human services profession.
Students’ must complete 12 credits in concentration Area A and 12 credits in concentration Area B. See your academic advisor for approval of your chosen concentration areas and for approval of courses under each concentration area.
Concentration Area A (12 CR.)
Students are allowed to choose four courses in their chosen area of program concentration. Choose a concentration in one of the following areas: Business and Administration, Case Management Working with Children, Communication Disorders, Communication/Public Relations, Development Across the Lifespan, Computers and Technology, Divinity, Early Childhood Education, Ecology, Ethics, Ethnic and Cultural Diversity Studies, Family Services, Homeless and Food Shelter Issues, International Studies, Marketing and Fundraising, Medical/Healthcare, Missionary Work, Peace Studies, Political Science, Professional Writing, Psychology of Young Children, Psychology of the Family, Public Affairs, School Guidance Counselor, Sign Language, Sociology, Teaching English as a New Language, Women at High Risk, or Womens Studies.
Concentration Area B (12 CR.)
Students will choose a concentration in one of the following areas: Adolescents, Children, Disabled and Special Needs, Diversity, Domestic Violence and Gender Roles, The Family, Health and Well Being, Impact of Substance Abuse on Children, Justice System, Leadership and Management, Seniors/Gerontology, Spanish, or Substance Abuse.