Associate in Arts Degree

What You Will Learn

Human Services is an excellent option for those considering Social Work or other related careers. The County College of Morris (CCM) Human Services Program is an ideal foundation for transfer to Social Work programs at four-year colleges and universities. Many students also choose to pursue related fields such as Child Welfare, Human Resources, Political Science and Counseling. Additionally, the Human Services curriculum provides a strong foundation for those directly entering the workforce.

The CCM Human Services curriculum is multidisciplinary and candidates develop theoretical and practical knowledge in areas such as social welfare, counseling, humanities, mathematics, technology, social sciences, biological sciences, the arts, and multicultural/global perspectives.

Why Study Human Services at CCM?

The CCM Human Services Program provides outstanding instruction and experiential learning to prepare students for advanced study and careers in a diverse and changing world. The curriculum is aligned with national Social Work standards and blends academic and professional preparation in a wide variety of courses. Courses are interactive with small class size and faculty are dedicated to helping students develop their interests and pursue their goals.

Career Opportunities

  • Family Services
  • Child Protection Services
  • Health Care
  • Occupational Social Work
  • Gerontological Social Work
  • School Social Work
  • Criminal Justice
  • Information and Referral
  • Community Organizing
  • Mental Health
  • Human Resources

Where You Can Go

Students in the Human Services program frequently transfer to:

  • Rutgers University
  • Ramapo College
  • Centenary University
  • Montclair State University

Contact Info

Sociology, Economics and Anthropology Department
973-328-5602
DeMare Hall, Room 300
humanservicesdept@ccm.edu

Dr. Jill Schennum
Chairperson
jschennum@ccm.edu
973-328-5610

Dr. Melissa Kasmin
Program Coordinator
mkasmin@ccm.edu
973-328-5612