Human Services Management

This certificate provides an overview of best practices in managing non-profits and in working in human resources. Students may pursue this certificate for professional development and/or as a means of formal training. All courses will apply to the human services degree at Asnuntuck.

REQUIREMENTS

Number Title Credits
HSE* 101 Introduction to Human Services 3
+HSE* 241 Human Services Agencies and Organizations 3
BMG* 202 Principles of Management 3
+BMG* 220 Human Resources Management
or
+BMG* 210 Organizational Behavior 3
ACC* XXX Any ACC* course 3-4
+ENG* 101 Composition* 3
*(Minimum “C” grade required)
PSY* 111 General Psychology I
or
SOC* 101 Principles of Sociology 3
SOC* 190 Self and Others: Dynamics of Diversity 3
+MAT* XXX MAT* 100 or higher 3-4
Minimum Total: 27

+Prerequisite required

Outcomes:

This certificate will provide students with the opportunity to expand their knowledge of management styles within human services agencies. Students may pursue this certificate for professional development and/or as a means of formal training. All courses will apply to the human services degree at Asnuntuck.

Employment Information:

Students who earn this certificate will be qualified to work in Human Resources and non-profit administration.

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This short-term Certificate can be earned to gain employment while continuing to work toward an AS degree.

Program Coordinator

Carol LaLiberte
860.253.3187
claliberte@asnuntuck.edu