Overview

The Human Services Certificate program is ideal for those individuals committed to working in a helping profession and want to assist others in areas such as mental health, developmental disabilities, and addiction. As America’s sensitivity to the needs of all its citizens matures, skilled human service workers are in demand, with jobs in human services projected to be among the fastest growing occupations. 

Program available in Berlin, Littleton, and North Conway.

Fall SemesterLecLabCr
ENGL120WCollege Composition404
HSV111WIntroduction to Human Services303
HSV114WCase Management303
HSV217WChemical Dependence303
HSV223WIntroduction to Counseling303
 Total16016
 
Spring SemesterLecLabCr
HSV116WSocial and Political Issues in Human Services303
HSV117WCrisis Intervention303
HSV125WTrauma Counseling and Self-care303
PSYC205WAbnormal Psychology303
 Total12012
Total for Certificate  28

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be prepared to:

  • Use various methods in providing encouragement to those wanting to make healthy decisions.
  • Communicate effectively through all channels.
  • Provide assistance to others in making healthy nutritional choices.

  • Robin Scott

    Robin Scott

    Social, Educational & Behavioral Science
    Professor of Education / Department Chair, Education, Social & Behavioral Science

81%

of students qualify for financial aid