Department of Health, Human Services and Public Policy
Collaborative Health and Human Services Degree
WHAT IS CHHS?
The Bachelor's Degree in Collaborative Health and Human Services (CHHS) is an interdisciplinary degree for students interested in health and human services career fields. Students gain experience in the disciplines of:
- Public administration
- Public health
- Social work
WHAT ARE CHHS CAREER PATHS?
CHHS students learn valuable skills that prepare them for for entry level positions in a variety of careers, such as:
- Administrative Analyst
- Administrative Government Positions
- Administrative Support Coordinator
- Case Manager
- Children and/or Youth Advocate
- Community Health Educator
- Community Health Worker
- Community Resource Specialist
- Education Coordinator
- Family Support Specialist
- Health and/or Human Services Specialist
- Health Care Navigator
- High School Counselor
- Human Resources Specialist
- Law Enforcement or Public Safety Officers
- Nonprofit Manager
- Prevention Coordinator
- Probation Officer
- Police Officer
- Program Director
- Public Affairs and Communications
- Public Health or Social Service Program Coordinator
- Research Assistant
- Social Worker
- Training Specialist
- Wellness Coordinator
CHHS STUDENT NEWS:
Fall 2022 Dean's List
Congratulations to all those CHHS students who made the Fall 2022 Dean's List! Semester honors are awarded and the notation “Dean’s List” is posted to the permanent academic record for undergraduate students earning a 3.50 grade point average. To be eligible, students must complete a minimum of 12 letter-graded units with no incomplete grades, no grade lower than “C” and be in good standing.
Soon we will be sharing Student and Alumni spotlights on our Instagram page. Please follow us here for updates!
Did you know there is a scholarship specifically for CHHS students? Read more and learn about other opportunities on our new CHHS Resources page (coming soon).