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Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Services Program

The undergraduate Human Services Degree in Behavioral Health, Substance Abuse and Addictions Medicine is designed to train students to work in the helping field by applying evidence-based behavioral health interventions and transformational change processes that provide a positive impact on the lives of individuals, families, and communities. This degree concentration prepares students to work as baccalaureate trained professional in the human services, substance use disorder, and addiction field and prepares students for graduate studies in clinical mental health and related programs (i.e. Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice).

Note: substance use, addictions, and behavioral health courses satisfy state requirements for accelerated licensure for alcohol and drug counselors.


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Oscar Sida: 775-727-2000, oscar.sida(a)

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