Human Services Certificate
The Indiana Wesleyan University Human Services Certificate program affords students the opportunity to acquire specialized knowledge of the field of human services. In addition to an overview of sociology, cultural anthropology, and the psychology of personality, this program provides specific emphasis in current social problems and issues in marriage and family that can be of great benefit to people in business, ministry, health care, community and social services, and many other professions and services. The certificate itself serves as documentation of this accomplishment, as does the transcript notation.
Completion of a certificate program can serve as a signal to prospective employers that you are a person with the drive and determination to excel. Not only will the course of study enhance your knowledge of human services, but earning the certificate also will distinguish you from others in your workplace or employment market. Students completing the Human Services Certificate can acquire a valuable competitive advantage in any career or profession.
The Human Services Certificate program is available to students currently in associate and bachelor's programs, and also to students who are registered as unclassified. Degree-seeking students must earn at least nine of the 15 certificate credit hours at IWU. Unclassified students must complete all 15 credit hours through IWU to be eligible for the certificate.
Proof of standard high school diploma or GED certification.
- Completion of the specified 15 credit hours with a grade of "C" or better in each course. Nine of the 15 credit hours must be taken at IWU.
- Payment of all tuition and fees.
Choose five courses from the following. Courses are available in both onsite and online formats:
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