The Human Services Department offers an academic and experiential study of the history,
theory, development and implementation of society’s response to human need.
Human Services courses help students to move on to advanced degrees in Social Work,
Marriage and Family Counseling, School Counseling, and/or vocational rehabilitation
and related professions. Students can earn a certificate and/or an AA degree in the
field of Human Services. In addition, the department offers continuing education units
(CEU’s), and specialized study courses in the fields of Addiction and Human Services.
Full-Time Faculty: James Robinson
Faculty Chair: Melinda Moneymaker
The Department of Human Services is a part of the Division of Social Sciences, Human Development and Physical Education.