Are you interested in a career helping people cope with their problems? A degree or certificate in Human Services from Cerro Coso Community College might be right for you. Earning a degree or certificate in Human Services can lead to a job promotion or a new position in criminal justice, social services, education, or management. From critical thinking and leadership skills to core competencies in communication and technology, Human Services classes enable students to apply a versatile set of skills in a broad range of career fields.
Human Services professionals may work with children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly providing social services and support for people as case managers, social service assistants, counselors, childcare workers, or probation officers.
Cerro Coso is offering three Human Services courses on campus this fall.
HMSV C101 Introduction to Human Services – Deborah Rundell will instruct this 3-unit course on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:00 a.m. to 12:25 p.m. and Melissa Bowen will instruct a class on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6:10 to 7:35 p.m. This course will introduce students to the human services professions and their role in helping people to cope with the problem of living. The course addresses competence, professionalism, legal, and ethical issues in human services.
The college is also offering HMSV C104 Field Work Human Services and HMSV C116 Case Management on campus this fall.
Human Services is a fast growing field with diverse job opportunities and Cerro Coso Community College is here to provide the education and skills you need. For a complete listing of fall classes being offered this fall and registration information visit the Cerro Coso web site at www.cerrocoso.edu. Fall classes begin August 22, 2016.