Community and Human Services: Concentration in Family Systems
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  • Family Systems Concentration

Helping You Help Others

 

 

The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Community and Human Services is great for students interested in or already working in a number of the helping professions, including human and social service agencies, non-profit agencies and faith-based organizations.

This program offers a strong overview of the social service field and the role of the professional as an agent for positive social change. Students can choose to either complete a general Community and Human Services major or they can enhance the degree with a Family Systems Concentration. Community and Human Services is designed for students with some previous study and/or experience in the social sciences.

POSSIBLE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE:

• Family Services Program Staff Member

• Family Services Program Administrator

• Community Agency Program Staff Member

• Community Agency Program Coordinator

• 4-H Youth Agency

• Cooperative Extension Service Agent

• Cooperative Extension Service Specialist

• Volunteer Coordinator

• Program Staff Member for Youth

• Program Director for Youth

• Program Staff Member for the Elderly

• Program Director for the Elderly

• Child Life Specialist

• Government Policy Making

• Youth Advisor or Counselor

• Family Independence Agency (FIA)

• Health Advisor

This program also prepares you for continuing your education after graduation with a master’s degree in social work or counseling.

 

Fick, John W.

Fick, John W.

Professor of Leadership, Graduate College248-799-5490 ext. 7230
Labriola, John D.

Labriola, John D.

Assistant Professor of Healthcare Management
Family Systems Concentration: 12 semester hours
SOC 355 Investigative Techniques in Social Services
PSY 312 Early Interventions with Children/Families (0-6)
or
PSY 313 Early Interventions with Children/Families (6-12)

Select two from the following courses:
PSY 370 Psychology of Aging
PSY 432 Crisis in Adolescence
PSY 440 Personality
PSY 452 Family Social Issues
CRJ 340 Juvenile Justice
SOC 314 Ethnic Dimensions of American Society

Additional Info

Degree:

  • Bachelor of Arts

Division:

  • Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Dr. James Sam

Associate Professor of Social and Behavorial Science; Community Service Program Coordinator
Contact Us at (800) 521-0009.
Siena Heights University Main Campus. 1247 E. Siena Heights Dr. Adrian, MI 49221.