College of Social Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Human Services with a Human Services Management Certificate
A growing number of people are relying on social services—from the baby boomer population entering its golden years to those affected by the ongoing economic problems, to those seeking treatment for mental health and addiction issues. This can translate into a growing need for individuals in human services organization management positions.
The Bachelor of Science in Human Services with a Human Services Management Certificate is designed to rapidly prepare you for such a role. You'll learn specialized knowledge in grant and proposal writing, program evaluation and balancing resources—skills that can help you thrive in an administrative position in a variety of human services settings.
To help you gain job skills earlier in your program, the certificate option allows you to move core courses toward the front of your degree program. The certificate you earn will be an additional credential, which you can leverage to help you get a new position or promotion.
Speak with an Enrollment Representative to learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Human Services with a Human Services Management Certificate. You can also learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Human Services degree program without the certificate option or view other certificate options.
Requirements and prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
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