Current Students Degrees Human Services

Human Services

Human services professionals work in such diverse settings as group homes; correctional, mental retardation, and community mental health centers; family, child, and youth service agencies, and programs concerned with alcoholism, drug abuse, family violence, and aging.

 

  • BA in Social Sciences, Applied Track Students understand social phenomena by integrating information at the individual, social, cultural, and global levels of analyses. Ex: Social Work, Teaching, Counseling, or Human Services. Contact an Advisor | More Info

 

  • BA in Social Sciences, Political Science This degree offers the “big picture” understanding students need in order to deal with a rapidly changing political universe. Ex: Journalism, International Relations, Local or National Government, Public Administration, or Teaching. Contact an Advisor | More Info

 

  • BA in Social Sciences, Psychology This degree integrates practical mental health applications with current theory to give students a better understanding on how the human mind and behavior works. Ex: Child care worker, probation officer, behavior analyst, probation officer . Contact an Advisor | More Info

 

  • BA in Psychology This degree integrates practical mental health applications with current theory to give students a better understanding on how the human mind and behavior works. Ex: Child care worker, probation officer, behavior analyst, probation officer .                                    Contact an Advisor | More Info
  • MSW, Master in Social Work The MSW prepares professional social workers for advanced practice with individuals and families within the context of their communities. Special attention is paid to the multicultural environment, in particular to Native Hawaiian, and other Pacific Islander and Asian cultures of our communities, state, and the Pacific region. Contact an Advisor | More Info
  • Certificate for Substance Abuse and Addiction Studies This certificate program is designed to help students meet the state education requirements for certification as a substance abuse counselor and to provide continuing education opportunities for professionals in the addictions field. Contact an Advisor | More Info

 

  • Certificate in Disability and Diversity Studies This graduate level certificate allows students to participate in interdisciplinary experiences with the goal to acquire skills in joint planning, decision-making, goal setting and to understand contemporary disability issues, research, and effective practices. Contact an Advisor | More Info