School of Human Services
The School of Human Services offers select undergraduate and graduate programs in counseling, school psychology, substance abuse counseling, athletic training, health promotion and education, and sport administration. The Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate and MEd emphasizing behavior analysis are part of the school psychology program. The dedication of the School of Human Services to high-quality research, teaching, and service has resulted in extensive educational opportunities for its students.
The College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services
The College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH) is home to the School of Human Services, where the online Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate program resides. One of 14 Colleges in the University, CECH follows UC’s philosophy of experiential learning, in part by incorporating community outreach and partnerships into the curriculum. Students and faculty work alongside teachers, athletic trainers, community wellness experts, intervention specialists and law enforcement officials, encountering opportunities to make a real-world difference as they gain knowledge in their field. In accordance with the University’s focus on research, every course incorporates the most current subject matter studies to prepare all graduates to meet the challenges in their area of interest.
The College is divided into three academic schools and one department:
- School of Education
- School of Criminal Justice
- School of Human Services
- Department of Information Technology
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