Human Services


The program leads to an Associates in Applied Sciences Degree in Human Services. Students are prepared for entry-level positions in Human Service Agencies.


General Interest Area:

Working with people in a variety of helping settings.


High School Background:

Courses in Psychology, Sociology, and participation in peer mediation or peer counseling will be helpful.


Plan of Study:

This is a 60 credit hour degree with 18 credits of core requirements and 42 credits within the major.

How to get Involved:

Contact Program Coordinator, Bob Parr at 455-2882 or email at


Career and Graduate Possibilites:

Many students in this degree program become Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor Technicians. Others move into a B.A/B.S. degree program in Social Work Psychology or Criminal Justice


Related Websites:

UAF Department
UAF Catalog description

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