Brief Program Description/Goals
The Human Services program is designed to provide the education and training for occupations in the social services and human service field. Students in this program can apply their knowledge and skills learned in diverse settings such as group homes, mental health centers, family/child service agencies, and programs concerned with alcoholism, drug abuse, family violence, and aging.
What Is Unique About The Program
Field experience or work practicum is an important feature of this program. The student participates in supervised work experiences in a community setting, where training and skills are taught in the classroom.
- Average of 2.0 GPA or better required.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the HSER program, students will be able to:
- Work in the field of human services to serve clients or carry out other supportive human service agency functions.
- Obtain information and guidance to transfer to a baccalaureate human services or social work program if desired.
Degrees That Can Be Earned
- Certificate of Completion (CC)
- Certificate of Achievement (CA)
- Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Itemized Estimate of Educational Costs
- Tuition based on total credits taken.
- Books approximately $200-$300 each semester.
Gainful Employment Information
|Degree:||Certificate of Achievement|
|Occupations:||Social and Community Service Managers, Assistants, and Specialists|
|Normal Time to Completion:||2 semesters|
|On-Time Graduation Rate:||0%|
|Avg. Tuition & Fees:||30-31 credits x $97 = $3,007|
|Avg. Cost for Books/Supplies:||Textbooks: $200-$300/semester
Materials: $50-$75/ semester
|Job Placement Rate *:||100%|
|Median Loan Debt|
|- Title IV Loans:||$0|
|- Private Loans:||$0|
|- Institutional Debt:||$0|
* - Job Placement info currently available only for 2010-2011 completers
Faculty & Staff
- Diane Caulfield, Professor/Cooperative Education Coordinator, Email, 845-9413
- Elliott Higa, Instructor, Liaison , Email, 845-9439
- Barbara Higa-Rogers, Lecturer, Email, 845-9439
- Violet Horvath, Lecturer , Email, 845-9439
- Carolene Neely, Lecturer, Email, 844-2385
- Sharon Ota, Professor , Email, 845-9442
- Darrin Sato, Lecturer, Email
- Tui Ulu, Lecturer , Email, 847-9844
- Cyndi Uyehara, Professor, (PACE), Email, 845-9496
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