Bachelors in Counseling and Human Services
The Counseling and Human Services Program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to work in the growing and varied field of human services. Students are exposed to classroom instruction and field experiences that prepare them for positions in work settings such as mental health agencies, rehabilitation facilities, residential treatment programs, corrections, therapeutic recreation, daycare centers/ pre-school programs, after-school programs, substance abuse programs and a variety of programs, serving the elderly.
NOTE: This program will not be available for new students admitted during or after the fall 2013 semester. If you are interested in this major through PACE, you must be admitted to the program and enrolled in classes prior to fall 2013.