The Human Services Technology Curriculum is designed to train and to prepare graduates to fulfill a wide range of consumer needs in a variety of human service settings, in order to enable their clients to live a more satisfying, more autonomous, and more productive life. Graduates should qualify for positions in mental health, childcare, family services, social services, rehabilitation, correction and educational agencies. Graduates choosing to continue their education may select from a variety of transfer programs at other colleges and universities.
The program combines liberal arts education, human service courses, and specialty courses. A major emphasis is placed on experiential learning. Information is presented in the classroom situation and/or online, as laboratory exercises and as work based learning. Personal growth, attitudes, knowledge, and skills are distinct components of the human service program.
James A. White, BSN, RN
Occupational Outlook Handbook - Social & Human Service Assistants
Applicants must meet certain requirements to be considered for admission to the Human Services Technology program. The links below will provide you with the necessary information on the program's specific admission requirements.
Applicants in Human Services Technology program should review the HST Handbook prior to admission. Please review the current handbook for more information and HST student requirements.
If you are undecided about your program of study or need further assistance visit Career Services.
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