Allied Human Services

Allied Human Services

Liberty Campus
School of Arts and Social Sciences
Education, Social and Behavioral Sciences Department

Want to know what you will learn from this program? Here is the list of learning outcomes, and this same list is also available using the navigation menu sidebar. (Printable PDF file here.)

Allied Human Services Degree Program:
  • Allied Human Services Degree (125)
  • Addiction Counseling Degree (127)
  • Mental Health Services Degree (031)
Allied Human Services Certificate Program:
Tracks offered in the Allied Human Services Certificate Program
  • Allied Human Services Certificate (048)
  • Addiction Counseling Certificate (128)
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The current trend toward comprehensive and unified delivery of human services and the need for workers who can function in a variety of human services situations are reflected in BCCC's combining classroom instruction and clinical/fieldwork experiences. Thus, students are able to bridge the gap between academic theory and the real world of social services work. The grouping of these options under the Allied Human Services umbrella meets workers' need for career mobility, and provides service organizations with flexible sources of manpower.

Every potential human services student is urged to look at each program's separate description in order to gain the full picture of opportunities available for BCCC training in Allied Human Services.

Melvin Brooks

Interim Associate Dean

Theresa Tunstall
Administrative Assistant: