The B.S. in Community Health and Human Services prepares its graduates for a broad range of careers, some which can be obtained with just a bachelor’s degree. Others, however, require additional education. Most employment opportunities in this major exist in not-for-profit or government agencies. The government agencies often require taking a Civil Service test.
advocates (mentally ill, aging, HIV/AIDS, child welfare, etc.)
community health educators
community health nurses
alcohol and addictions
Department of Social Services staff
elder housing administrators
gerontological care managers
group home administrators
health advocates and ombudsmen
homeless shelter administrators
hospice administrators and caregivers
nursing home admissions coordinator
senior citizen program directors and staff
social work assistant
*Usually requires a master’s degree.