Make a career out of making a difference. Examine why people think and act the way they do through the study of structural and cultural patterns and social dynamics. Gain the essential knowledge and skills needed to enter a career in counseling, human services, psychology or sociology. 

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Career Certificate
Mount Laurel

Gain fundamental training in the area of drug and alcohol counseling. This certificate is for students entering the human services profession who are seeking in-depth training in a specialized area of practice, as well as those who are already experienced in the drug and alcohol field who may use this certificate to advance their skills and qualifications. 

Associate of Applied Science
Mount Laurel

Learn to help people understand their problems and motivate them to seek assistance. Human Services professionals assist in obtaining services for people in need through advocacy, outreach and brokering, and the collection of client personal, social and vocational data for the preparation of intake reports and case records. 

Associate of Arts
Mount Laurel | Online

Develop an understanding of how individual behavior is connected to biological, developmental, cognitive and social processes. This option presents a scientific framework for understanding feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Psychology studies are foundational to many careers, such as education, social work, medicine and industry. 

Associate of Arts
Mount Laurel | Online

Study society and human behavior, social action and social change. This program involves application of critical thought to social processes and social problems. A degree in sociology prepares students for careers in government agencies, advocacy groups, educational institutions, social services, criminal justice, business management, mass media and more.