Certificate of Achievement
This program prepares graduates for employment in the social services field by providing understanding of the methods, skills, philosophy, and human behavior necessary to perform in a social services setting. Students learn to do intake, interviewing, and crisis intervention referral by spending time in an agency to learn on-the-job skills. The program prepares graduates to qualify for Registration as a Social Service Technician under the Michigan Bureau of Health Professions. Employment opportunities exist in social work, agency work and/or substance abuse treatment.
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In addition to the requirement that program graduates must have an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher, the occupational specialty courses as well as SOCY-191 and PSYC-281 must each be passed with a 2.0 or higher to earn an Associate Degree in Applied Science from the Social Work Technician Program.