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History

History offers students the richness of past experience to comprehend more lucidly humanity’s progress and setbacks, great accomplishments and tragic failures. Historical study teaches judgment, examines values, and explores issues and events; it uncovers the sources of creativity and stagnation during the entire course of civilization’s evolution. The significance of the past and its meaning for the possibilities of the present and future become a powerful tool of analysis and interpretation.The History program offers a wide-range of courses in United States history, European history, and World history.

archivists, records managers, librarians, documentary editors, writers and editors, high school history teacher, historical author, museum curator or director, civil service administrator, museum or gallery exhibitions officer, museum education officer, historic buildings inspector, heritage manager Degree Checklist

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History – Teacher Certification Concentration

A teaching degree creates the foundation for pursuing a long-term career in teaching history and social studies at different levels of schooling. After obtaining teacher certification, many graduates of teaching degree programs can pursue a career in preschools, middle schools, high schools, colleges, or universities. Advanced teaching degrees enable students to pursue research and education at even higher levels such as PhD and graduate programs

history teacher/lecturer, teacher assistant, human resources specialists, vocational education teachers, philosophy and regional teachers, art, drama and music teacher, political science teacher, geography teacher, education teacher Degree Checklist

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Human Service Counseling – Rehabilitation Concentration

The objective of the Rehabilitation concentration is to prepare students to work with individuals with a variety of physical, mental, cognitive, behavioral and addictive disabilities. Students completing this program have additional skills in knowledge of the major disability groups, legislation and various disability-related programs. Emphasis is placed on disability culture, inclusion and advocacy. This program also serves individuals interested in pursuing advanced degrees in speech therapy, recreation therapy and other allied fields

rehabilitation counselor, community rehabilitation programs specialist, rehabilitation officer, rehabilitation services director, rehabilitation program manager, counseling Degree Checklist

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Human Service Counseling – Services to the Deaf Concentration

The objective of the Services to the Deaf concentration is to prepare students to work with deaf and hard of hearing individuals. The academic program is structured to provide students with the specialized knowledge and sign language skills that will enable them to provide services in a broad spectrum of private, state, federal and community agencies.

crisis/employment/rehabilitation counselor, bereavement counselor, referral agency interpreter, video-relay interpreter, k-12 or post-secondary interpreter, technology center interpreter, youth guidance specialist, para/professional/educational interpreter, vocational rehabilitation specialist, religious/ministerial specialist, childcare provider, audiologist, psychologist, sign language teacher, social worker, speech-language pathologist, teacher of deaf children, counseling Degree Checklist

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Human Services Counseling – Aging Concentration

The objective of the Aging concentration is to prepare students to work in the multidisciplinary field of aging and gerontology. This is a diverse field which offers students an insight to the aging process, including the physical, mental and social changes in older people as they age. In addition, the program provides knowledge on the changes in society resulting from our aging population and considers the policies and programs that impact this field.

government job, community services, social work, non-profit sector, health services, mental health and wellness, compensation and benefits managers, human resources managers, training and development managers, human resources specialists, labor relations specialists, training and development specialists, business teachers, counseling, counseling Degree Checklist

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Human Services Counseling – Counseling Concentration

The Department of Human Resources offers educational programs that share the common goal of preparing students to work with people in a variety of human services agencies and organizations. The human services field is one of the most rapidly expanding career fields in America today. The Human Resources Department focuses on those careers which require professional preparation and training for service to individuals, families, groups, and the community. Degree programs include Counseling, Criminal Justice, and Social Work

drug & alcohol counselor, family support specialist, case manager, social services specialist, child abuse worker, nursing aide, community outreach worker/director, mental health aide, military counselor, rehabilitation counselor, substance abuse counselor, family & child counselor, domestic violence counselor, counseling Degree Checklist

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