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  • Criminal Justice/Human Services

    Criminal Justice

    The field of criminal justice and human services is a broad one in which graduates may find a variety of options for employment. The program’s objective is to prepare students, those currently serving in a profession related to the criminal justice field, or individuals who like to work with people and who have a strong desire to become employed in a helping profession, as well as those interested in pursuing a related career, with the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities essential for success in the field.

    Human Services

    The Human Services Department purpose is to prepare individuals who like to work with people and who have a strong desire to become employed in a helping profession. Human Services Assistants help social workers, health care workers, and other professionals to provide various services to people. The curriculum includes the following areas of study: human services, personal and professional development, interviewing techniques, and a supervised internship. Students can also select from one of the following areas of concentration: criminal justice, early childhood education, gerontology, or substance abuse.

  • Patricia Hovis, M.P.A
    Department Chair
    ST Building, Room 136
    Phone: (803) 981-7376