Program Details

 Get the training you need for a career in health and human services. Professionals in this field may hold a position as client intake specialist, community coordinator, elder care advocate, family support worker, mental health technician and mo

Location:
Tampa, United States
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Associate
Specialty:
Human Services, Human Services

Program Overview

Program Description:

Get the training you need for a career in health and human services. Professionals in this field may hold a position as client intake specialist, community coordinator, elder care advocate, family support worker, mental health technician and more. Work environments may include child services agencies, elder care agencies, mental health facilities and public health departments.


As a UMA student in this online program, you’ll learn how to listen to people with challenging life situations, research relevant services to help them, connect them with those vital services and manage client cases. Some classes you would take include “Introduction to Counseling,” “Family Dynamics” and “Medical Terminology.” UMA provides an engaging online learning experience with personal feedback from instructors, educational videos and live study group sessions. Typically, students complete this associate degree program in 18 months.*


One-on-one tutoring, pre-interview coaching, job search assistance, alumni services—they’re all included in our competitively priced tuition. Let’s talk about your needs and how UMA can help you succeed in health and human services.

Additional Program Information

Accreditation:
Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools

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