Estimated Cost: $9,750
Program Length: 1-4 semesters
The Human Services Program prepares students for careers in the helping professions. We train students to work in Social Services Agencies; helping others overcome social barriers, such as poverty, abuse, addiction, oppression and mental health challenges. This is a generalist degree which allows you to focus your career on any population from children to elders, and would enable you to work in a variety of positions. Students complete several practicum experiences prior to graduating.
You are a good fit for Human Services if you:
You can start the Human Services program in the Fall or Spring terms. Follow these steps to finish your application:
We will prepare you to be an innovative leader in the community who provides direct supportive services promoting diversity, self-awareness and social justice. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on the city and many other important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. Recent Human Services graduates report an average starting salary of $37,024. Careers include:
The Human Services Program is nationally accredited by:
Council for Standards in Human Service Education3337 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Michelle Hawco, M.A., Program Director800-642-4075 Ext. 2746
Shane Crockett, M.A., LIMHP, PLADC, Instructor800-642-4075 Ext. 2749
Jennifer Engelhaupt, M.A., LMHP, Instructor800-642-4075 Ext. 2264
Mary Feis-Christy, M.S., ACADC, Instructor800-642-4075 Ext. 2748
Jodi Freeman MPA, Instructor800-642-4075 Ext. 2691
Tammy Kelch, M.A., LADC, LMHP, LPC, A & D Practicum Coordinator, Instructor800-642-4075 Ext. 2745
Cynthia Surrounded, MFS, Instructor800-642-4075 Ext. 2751
*Please note: Students need to obtain CPR AED and TB before progressing to advanced Practicums. Any cost associated with this will be the student's expense.
Contact Tammy Kelch, Alcohol and Drug Counseling Coordinator with questions 402-437-2745 , firstname.lastname@example.org.