The Associate in Arts Human Services degree is a 60-credit program designed for adults working in the human services field. To be admitted to the program and to complete the Capstone course, students must have current work experience in the field of human services. Students must have a minimum of 6 months/800 hours of current work experience. Students must submit a current resume at the time of application. The degree is designed to provide seamless transfer to the Bachelor of Science in Human Services degree.
Graduates of the Associate in Arts in Human Services degree will have the ability to:
3 credits in Theoretical Foundation*, 3 credits in Intervention*, 3 credits in Client Populations*, 3 credit Capstone course.
* Theoretical Foundation courses include those pertaining to theory, knowledge and skills of the human services profession.
* Intervention courses include those which emphasize theory and knowledge bases for interventions and criteria for selection of appropriate interventions.
* Client Population courses include those which emphasize the range of populations served and needs addressed by human services professionals.
Have you attended college before? If so, you may be able to transfer credits earned at other regionally accredited colleges or universities. The University also offers a variety of other ways to earn credit – all designed around the needs of adult learners, like you.