Allied Human Services

Allied Human Services Degree and Certificate Options


Coordinator:
Albert Phillips LGSW,
Approved Drug and Alcohol Supervisor
Liberty Campus/Main Building 253C
410-462-7740

Allied Human Services Degree (125)
Allied Human Services is tailor-made for students. These students study an Allied Human Services core in which they receive the special instruction and career foundation courses needed for such fields as social work, mental health, counseling, gerontology, social and behavioral sciences, law enforcement, government service, education, and community and social planning. The BCCC course-of-study is designed to be flexible enough to fit each student's career goals.

Allied Human Services Certificate (048)
The Allied Human Services certificate track trains students to assist professionals in providing services such as interviewing clients, interpreting programs and services, participating in neighborhood programs and projects, case-finding and outreach activities, and providing daily services to meet the social and physical needs of clients or patients. The student's own life experience and knowledge of people are the most important qualifications for admission to this track. Credits for this track may be used toward the Associate degree in Allied Human Services.

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