Human Services Program

Human Services / Chemical Health Assistant / Developmental Disability Assistant / Mental Health Assistant

RCTC’s Human Services major is designed to prepare students for a variety of entry-level careers in human services areas. Graduates of the program will provide health care, treatment, rehabilitation, and behavioral direction for individuals or groups of clients. The major employment areas are in the fields of mental health, disabilities, and addiction.

The program provides individuals with practical training in mental health, chemical health, and disabilities fields. Individuals may also enter the program to continue their education, to gain knowledge of new developments and techniques, or to obtain career advancement. The Associate of Science degree can be earned upon completion of the Human Services professional curriculum and the required general education courses.

Program Options

Human Services Technician Diploma

RCTC’s Human Services major is designed to prepare students for a variety of entry-level careers in human services areas. Graduates of the program will provide health care, treatment, rehabilitation, and behavioral direction for individuals or groups of clients. The major employment areas are in the fields of mental health, disabilities, and addiction.
The program provides individuals with practical training in mental health, chemical health, and disabilities fields. Individuals may also enter the program to continue their education, to gain knowledge of new developments and techniques, or to obtain career advancement. The Associate of Science degree can be earned upon completion of the Human Services professional curriculum and the required general education courses.

Human Services Specialist AS

RCTC’s Human Services major is designed to prepare students for a variety of entry-level careers in human services areas. Graduates of the program will provide health care, treatment, rehabilitation, and behavioral direction for individuals or groups of clients. The major employment areas are in the fields of mental health, disabilities, and addiction.
The program provides individuals with practical training in mental health, chemical health, and disabilities fields. Individuals may also enter the program to continue their education, to gain knowledge of new developments and techniques, or to obtain career advancement. The Associate of Science degree can be earned upon completion of the Human Services professional curriculum and the required general education courses.

 

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Eric Sime, Program Advisor

H1434C | eric.sime@rctc.edu | 507-280-5006

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