Human Services programs

A degree or certificate in Human Services provides a variety of opportunities to help others in the fields of mental health, addiction, counseling, social work, sociology and youth development.

Our certificates can get you working in an entry-level job quickly, but they are also building blocks toward higher degrees such as our Associate in Science degree in Social and Human Services. Students who choose the Addiction Studies subplan complete the education requirements for two levels of certification as an Addiction Professional: Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC) and Certified Addiction Professional (CAP). Students who choose the Community Health Worker subplan complete the education requirements to become a Certified Community Health Worker (CCHW).  

The A.S. degree also transfers to our bachelor's degree in Health Services Administration.

Human Services degrees