The human services program prepares students to provide appropriate services to those in need, to empower others to help themselves, and to enhance the quality of life for all people.
Student Learning Outcomes
Human Services graduates are prepared to:
- Demonstrate oral and written communication skills appropriate for a Human Service professional.
- Integrate theories of human behavior in professional practice.
- Discriminate between personal and professional behaviors.
Admission to the Human Services Program is selective. Applicants are required to have a college application on file in the registrar’s office. Applicants must provide proof of one of the following: a minimum ACT score of 19 in reading and writing, or a COMPASS/ASSET evaluation showing minimum scores of 62 in writing and 76 in reading or an ACCUPLACER evaluation showingminimun scores of 84 in writing and 74 in reading. In addition, the student must successfully complete a background check and drug testing. For more detailed information on the admissions process, please contact a program advisor.
- Students are required to earn a minimum of a “C” in each of their program and general education courses in order for them to apply for a diploma or degree. Students may refer to the Human Services program manual for additional program expectations and requirements.
- Selected courses required for Alcohol/Drug Counseling are offered through the Hastings and Grand Island campuses. Course work in this area may be applied toward human services degree requirements with advisor approval.
- Additional program costs include student-in-practicum insurance, a background check and drug testing.
- Immunizations are required; see program director for the specific immunizations needed.
Associate of Applied Science