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A notation of the certificate will appear on the student's official transcript. The human services management bachelor's degree program prepares graduates for mid-level positions in human services and social services agencies requiring skills in both direct service to clients and in management. Skills courses focus on developing high standards of craft for students in all the disciplines in design and technology.

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Publisher: Crown (June 20, 2006)


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