University Of Phoenix- Associates Degree

At University of Phoenix, you'll concentrate on communications, critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. This foundation can provide you the perspective necessary for meaningful self-examination as well as the ability to cope effectively with social, technological, professional and cultural change.

Human Services

  • Associate of Arts with a concentration in Human Services Management:- The Human Services Management concentration provides students a foundation of knowledge relating to the management of human services organizations. It offers an understanding of the roles of human services workers, public policy, multicultural practices, information technology, financial management, and regulatory and ethical issues. Course work in the concentration courses includes creating care plans, developing alternative funding strategies and determining the characteristics of good human services management.

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University Of Phoenix - Bachelors Degree

University Of Phoenix know that starting a degree program can be confusing, especially with so many course options. University Of Phoenix have done everything they can to make this process as straightforward as possible, so that you spend less time on your schedule, and more time on your work. After your first University of Phoenix class, an academic advisor will contact you to provide a schedule detailing which classes you need to take and when. University Of Phoenix will map out your entire program path, including the exact date of your graduation. Your advisor will check in with you periodically to make sure you're comfortably on track-and any time you have questions, you'll know exactly who to ask.

Bachelor's Degree Programs

Human Services

The Bachelor of Science in Human Services program addresses the knowledge and basic skills used in the human services industry. The program integrates applied skills with academic instruction in the foundations of human services, drawn from such disciplines as counseling, social work and psychology. It is designed to help students develop the educational foundation and capabilities needed to provide services in a variety of community human services settings.

  • Bachelor of Science in Human Services/ Management:- The Bachelor of Science in Human Services/Management program is designed to provide the knowledge and basic skills needed by managers in today's human services industry. The program combines academic instruction in the foundations of human services, such as counseling, social work and psychology, with the management skills of planning, organizing leading, assessing and evaluating.

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University Of Phoenix- Master's Degree Programs

University Of Phoenix know that starting a degree program can be confusing, especially with so many course options. University Of Phoenix have done everything they can to make this process as straightforward as possible, so that you spend less time on your schedule, and more time on your work. After your first University of Phoenix class, an academic advisor will contact you to provide a schedule detailing which classes you need to take and when. University Of Phoenix will map out your entire program path, including the exact date of your graduation. Your advisor will check in with you periodically to make sure you're comfortably on track-and any time you have questions, you'll know exactly who to ask.

Business and Management

At University of Phoenix, you' ll concentrate on communications, critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. This foundation can provide you the perspective necessary for meaningful self-examination as well as the ability to cope effectively with social, technological, professional and cultural change.

Human Services

At University of Phoenix, students interested in helping others can gain the key knowledge needed to work in the human services industry. Our integrated program includes academic instruction in the foundations of human services such as counseling, social work and psychology. Depending upon the program selected, management skills such as planning, organizing, assessing and evaluating may be incorporated.

  • Master of Science in Counseling/ Community Counseling:- The Master of Science in Counseling program with a specialization in Community Counseling is designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed in today's counseling field. The program encompasses the foundations of counseling and guidance, including theories and their application with groups and individuals. In addition to involving students in a variety of counseling focused educational activities, the program offers supervised clinical experiences.

    License requirements may vary. It is your responsibility to ascertain and meet licensure requirements in any state in which you desire to practice. Current students may not be licensed, however, site supervisors are.