Human Services Certificates

Human services certificate programs qualify students and make them ready to pursue a career in social services and in community services. After enrolling in such programs, students will be asked to study those human services courses which lay emphasis on community welfare and well being. Students that do not wish to complete the requirements for associate/bachelors degrees will certainly benefit by taking human services certificate programs which will provide a good basis for continuing education in the field of human services and community services. In order to get admission to human services certificate programs, it is necessary for the applicant to have a high school diploma or a GED certification. Areas of study include psychology, substance abuse counseling certification drug, counseling certification, Christian counseling certification, and other areas.  

Certificate Programs

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Programs:

  • Human Service Certificates in Child and Family Services
  • Human Services