HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president



^ HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100

Contact: Dr. Patti Mantia, Ext. 2449, pmantia@hcc.mass.edu

The Health and Fitness Specialist Certificate program prepares the student for a variety of employment opportunities within the health HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president and fitness industry. Credits from the certificate program are transferable into the two year Associate of Science Degree program at HCC.

^ Term/Grade Course Course Course

Number Name Credits

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 25

BIO 117 Anatomy & Physiology HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president I 4

BIO 118 Anatomy & Physiology II 4

NTR 101 Introduction to Nutrition 3

HFN 171 Leadership in Recreation, Fitness and Спорт 3

HFN 176 Physiology of Exercise 3

HFN 177 Biomechanics of Human Movement 3

HFN 190 Fitness Professional Seminar/Internship 1 3

HFN 103 Standard HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president First Aid and Personal Safety/CPR or

HFN 104 Sports First Aid 1

PROGRAM ELECTIVES 5

Select one of the following courses:

HFN 170 Exercise in Health & Disease 3

HFN 178 Prevention, Assessment and Care of Спорт/Fitness Injuries 3

HFN HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 179 Current Issues in Fitness 3

^ Select two of the following courses:

HFN 108 PACE 1

HFN 109 Yoga Instructor 3

HFN 131 Introduction to Wellness/Fitness 1

HFN 133 Group Exercise: Aerobics, Steps and More 1

HFN 145 Beginning Yoga 1

HFN 150 Managing HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Stress 1

HFN 160 Martial Arts 1

HFN 180 Physical Conditioning I 1

HFN 181 Physical Conditioning II 1

HFN 182 Physical Conditioning III 1

HFN 106 Sports Supplementation 1

HFN 185 Principles and Practices of Strength Training 3

HFN 170 Exercise in Health and Disease HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 3

HFN 179 Current Issues in Sports and Fitness 3

HFN 109 Yoga Fitness Leader 3

NTR 201 Nutrition Throughout the Lifecycle 3

Total Credits 29

NOTES:

1 HFN190 should be taken as one of the final classes in HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president this program.

^ HEALTH, FITNESS AND NUTRITION

PERSONAL TRAINER/FITNESS COUNSELOR CERTIFICATE – M103

Contact: Dr. Patti Mantia, Ext. 2449, pmantia@hcc.mass.edu

The Personal Trainer/Fitness Counselor Certificate program is designed for the individual with an interest HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president in working one-on-one with clients to develop or enhance their health and fitness goals.

^ Term/Grade Course Course Course

Number Name Credits

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 7

HFN 183 Personal Training and Fitness Counseling HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 3

HFN 190 Fitness Professional Seminar/Internship 1 3

HFN 103 Standard First Aid and Personal Safety/CPR or

HFN 104 Sports First Aid 1

^ Select two of the following courses: 2

HFN 108 PACE 1

HFN 180 Physical Conditioning I 1

HFN 181 Physical Conditioning II 1

HFN HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 182 Physical Conditioning III 1

Total Credits 9

NOTES:

1 HFN 190 must be taken after HFN 183

^ HEALTH, FITNESS AND NUTRITION

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M107

Contact: Dr. Patti Mantia, Ext. 2449, pmantia@hcc.mass.edu

The HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certificate is designed for the student who wants to specialize in the area of strength and conditioning for health, fitness, and sports and/or prepare for national certification in strength HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president training.

^ Term/Grade Course Course Course

Number Name Credits

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 12

HFN 185 Principles and Practices of Strength Training 3

HFN 106 Sports Supplementation 1

HFN 131 Tools for Resistance Training 1

HFN 190 Fitness Professional Seminar/Internship 1 3

HFN 103 Standard First Aid HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president and Personal Safety/CPR or

HFN 104 Sports First Aid 1

NTR 101 Introduction to Nutrition 3

PROGRAM ELECTIVES 5

Select one of the following courses:

HFN 108 PACE 1

HFN 110 Fundamentals of Coaching 3

HFN 134 Leading Group Exercise HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 3

HFN 183 Personal Trainer/Fitness Counselor 3

HFN 170 Exercise in Health and Disease 3

HFN 178 Prevention, Assessment and Care of Sports Injuries 3

HFN 179 Current Issues in Sports and Fitness 3

HFN 185 Principals and Practices of Strength Training HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 3

NTR 201 Nutrition Throughout the Lifecycle 3

^ Select two of the following courses:

HFN 180 Physical Conditioning I 1

HFN 181 Physical Conditioning II 1

HFN 182 Physical Conditioning III 1

Total Credits 17

NOTES:

1 HFN 190 must be taken after HFN 110 or HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 134 or 183

^ HONORS

HONORS OPTION – H075

A.A in Arts and Science

Contact: Dr. Kim Hicks, Ext. 2197, khicks@hcc.mass.edu

Students must earn a minimum 3.5 GPA in order to earn the degree within HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president the Honors Curriculum Option. Refer to the “Glossary of Academic Policies, Procedures, and Terms” contained in this catalog for more information.

^ Term/Grade Course Course Course

Number Name Credits

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 35-36

ENG 101 Language HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president and Literature I 1 3

ENG 102 Language and Literature II 1 3

Laboratory Science (D) 4

Laboratory Science (D) 4

Anthropology Elective 3

Social Science Elective (B) 3

Social Science Elective (B) 3

Math Elective (D) 3-4

Literature Elective (C) (200-level HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president) 3

HIS 103 History of World Civilizations I 3

HIS 104 History of World Civilizations II 3

^ PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 25-26

HON 206 Honors Colloquium (B or C) 2 6

Foreign Language 101 3

Foreign Language 102 3

Foreign Language 201 3

Foreign Language 202 3

Literature Elective (C) (200 level) 3

General Electives 3 3-4

General HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Electives 3 3-4

^ Total Credits 60-62

NOTES:

1 The Honors Learning Communities (ENG 101 and SEM 130, ENG 102 and SEM 130) are strongly recommended.

2 Transfer code designation may be determined by a student’s work, with permission of the HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president instructor.

3 A one-credit Honors Project, in addition to the six General Elective credits, is strongly recommended.

An Honors Project may be attached to any course except ENG 101 and the Colloquium.

HOSPITALITY

FOODSERVICE HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president MANAGEMENT OPTION – B052

^ A. S. in Hospitality Management

Contact: Kristine Ricker Choleva, Ext. 2565, kcholeva@hcc.mass.edu

The Foodservice Management Program consists of the Culinary Certificate Program coupled with one year of HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president hospitality management- and general business-focused coursework. The degree prepares students for management positions in the diverse field of foodservice including restaurants, clubs, institutions, and other managed services. Students in the Culinary Certificate HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president portion of the program are required to fulfill 225 clock-hours of work in a foodservice establishment as part of the requirements for attaining the certificate. The Culinary Certificate portion of the degree HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president is accredited by the American Culinary Federation, and is the only Massachusetts college with this certification.

^ Term/Grade Course Course Course

Number Name Credits

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 20

Lab Science (D) 4

Lab Science (D) 4

ENG HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 101 Language and Literature I 3

ENG 102 Language and Literature II 3

GEO 110 World Regional Geography (Fall) 3

PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology or

SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology 3

^ PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 45

ACC 111 Principles of Accounting I 4

BUS 115 Computer Applications HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 3

CUL 100 Culinary Foundations I (Fall) 3

CUL 101 Culinary Foundations II (Fall) 3

CUL 103 Nutrition for Foodservice Professionals (Spring) or

NTR 101 Introduction to Nutrition 3

CUL 104 Professional Standards for the Foodservice Industry (Fall) 1

CUL 105 Special HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Events Skills (Fall) 2

CUL 110 Baking Theory and Practice (Fall) 3

CUL 111 Safety and Sanitation (Fall) 2

CUL 115 Culinary Math 1

CUL 204 Professional Standards for the Foodservice Industry II (Spring) 1

CUL 230 A la Carte Cooking HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president and Service (Spring) 6

CUL 250 Banquet Cooking and Service (Spring) 3

HCA 101 Introduction to Hospitality Industry (Fall) 3

HCA 232 Food and Beverage Operations (Spring) 3

HCA 280 Cooperative Education in Hospitality Management I (Summer) 3

MGT 230 Principles of Management HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 3

________ Elective __________________________________________________________ 3

Total Credits 67

NOTES:

HOSPITALITY

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT-CAREER OPTION – B056

^ A.S. in Hospitality Management

Contact: Kristine HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Ricker Choleva, Ext. 2565, kcholeva@hcc.mass.edu

The Hospitality Management Career Program prepares students for various types of management positions in the hospitality industry. Career opportunities in this fast-growing industry exist HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president in such diverse sectors as travel and tourism, lodging, the restaurant industry, recreation and leisure, gaming entertainment, and conference and meeting planning. Students are encouraged to maintain part-time/summer work or HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president internships throughout the degree program. All HCC business degree programs are accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, and HCC is one of only three community colleges in HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Massachusetts with this certification.

^ Term/Grade Course Course Course

Number Name Credits

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 17

Lab Science (D) 4

Lab Science (D) 4

ECN 101 Principles of Economics I 3

ENG 101 Language and Literature I 3

ENG 102 Language and Literature HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president II 3

^ PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 39

ACC 111 Principles of Accounting I 4

BUS 115 Computer Applications 3

BUS 220 Business Communications 3

CUL 111 Safety and Sanitation 2

CUL 250 Banquet Cooking and Service1 3

HCA 101 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry 3

HCA 102 Hotel Operations 3

HCA HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 130 Principles of Food Production (Spring) 4

HCA 232 Food and Beverage Operations (Spring) 1 3

HCA 280 Cooperative Education in Hospitality Management I 2 3

MGT 230 Principles of Management 3

MGT 231 Human Resource Management (Spring) 3

NTR 101 Introduction to Nutrition or HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president

CUL 103 Nutrition for Foodservice 3

PROGRAM ELECTIVES 6

Social Science Elective (B) 3

General Elective 3

Total Credits 63

NOTES:

1 Prerequisite: CUL 101 or HCA 130.

2 Prerequisites: 24 credits in A.S. programs or 12 credits in certificate programs, and HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president the completion of HCA 101 and HCA 102 or HCA 130.

HOSPITALITY

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT-TRANSFER OPTION – B051

^ A.S. in Hospitality Management

Contact: Kristine Ricker Choleva, Ext. 2565, kcholeva@hcc.mass.edu

Prepares students to transfer to the University of Massachusetts HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Amherst’s Isenburg School of Management as a third-year Hospitality and Tourism Management major. Career opportunities in this fast-growing industry exist in such diverse sectors as travel HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president and tourism, lodging, the restaurant industry, recreation and leisure, gaming entertainment, and conference and meeting planning. Students are encouraged to maintain part-time/summer work or internships throughout the degree program. All HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president HCC business degree programs are accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, and HCC is one of only three community colleges in Massachusetts with this certification.

^ Term/Grade Course HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Course Course

Number Name Credits

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 20

ENG 101 Language and Literature I 3

ENG 102 Language and Literature II 3

ECN 101 Principles of Economics I 3

ECN 102 Principles of Economics II 3

Lab Science (D) 4

Lab Science (D) 4

^ PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 33

ACC 111 Principles of Accounting I 4

ACC 112 Principles of Accounting II 4

HCA 101 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry 3

HCA 102 Hotel/Motel Operations 3

HCA 130 Principles of Food Production (Spring) 4

HCA 232 Food and Beverage Operations HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president (Spring) 3

MGT 230 Principles of Management 3

MTH 142 Statistics 3

MTH 160 Introductions to Matrices & Linear Programming 3

NTR 101 Introduction to Nutrition 3

PROGRAM ELECTIVES 15

Hospitality Management Elective 1 3

Humanities Electives 2 3

Humanities Electives 2 3

Humanities Electives 2 3

Social Science Elective HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president (B) 3

Total Credits 68

NOTES:

1 Select from: CSI 111, HCA 250, MGT 231. Students planning to attend UMass are urged to elect MGT 231.

2 FRH 206 or SPA 210 are recommended as one HUM elective.

HOSPITALITY

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE – B053

Contact: Kristine Ricker HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Choleva, Ext. 2565, kcholeva@hcc.mass.edu

All coursework in the certificate will be offered both on-campus and online. This area of study enables industry professionals and beginning students to undertake HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president college-level coursework in hospitality management without the constraints of being on campus. Students wishing to earn a degree may continue on in either the A.S. in Hospitality and Culinary Arts transfer HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president or career program.

^ Term/Grade Course Course Course

Number Name Credits

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 24

ACC 111 Principles of Accounting 3

HCA 101 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry 3

HCA 102 Hotel/Motel Operations 3

HCA 232 Food and Beverage Options 3

MGT 230 Principles of HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Management 3

MGT 231 Human Resources Management 3

MKT 227 Customer Service and Sales 3

MKT 240 Principles of Marketing 3

Total Credits 24


HUMAN SERVICES

^ ADDICTION STUDIES CERTIFICATE – H024

Contact: Dr. Jackie Griswold, Ext. 2333, jgriswold@hcc.mass.edu

The Addiction HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Studies Certificate has been developed in alignment with the Massachusetts Board of Substance Addiction Counselors Certification requirements for the educational portion of Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC) certificate. Courses reflect the educational HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president portion of state certification requirements solely; additional requirements may need to be met in order to complete the certification process.

^ Term/Grade Course Course Course

Number Name Credits

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 26

HSV 113 Introduction to HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Human Services 3

HSV 120 Introduction to Addiction Studies 3

HSV 208/ Substance Abuse 3

SOC 208

HSV 124 The Helping Relationship: Delivering Human Services 3

HSV 213 Professional and Ethical Standards in the Helping Professions 3

HSV 214 Treatment Modalities in Chemical Dependence HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 3

HSV 288 Practicum I in Human Services 4

HSV 289 Practicum II in Human Services 4

PROGRAM ELECTIVES 3

choose one

HSV 205 Domestic Violence 3

HSV 250 Special Topics in Human Services 3

CSD 114 Cultural Diversity 3

HSV 210 Group Dynamics 3

PSY 216 Human Development HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 3

PSY 217 Abnormal Psychology 3

PSY 205 Introduction to the Principles of Behavior Analysis 3

Total Credits 29


HUMAN SERVICES

^ DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES DIRECT SUPPORT CERTIFICATE – S013

Contact: Dr. Jackie Griswold, Ext.2333, jgriswold@hcc.mass.edu

This certificate is designed for HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president staff working in agencies funded by the Department of Mental Retardation, as well as individuals who are seeking employment with individuals with developmental disabilities. These agencies provide residential programs, employment programs, and HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president recreational, personal, and family supports for individuals with developmental disabilities.

^ Term/Grade Course Course Course

Number Name Credits

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 6

ENG 101 English Language and Literature 3

PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology 3

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 16

DVD 110 Introduction HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president to Developmental Disabilities 3

DVD 210 Current Issues in Developmental Disabilities 3

HSV 113 Introduction to Human Services 3

HSV 124 The Helping Relationship: Delivering Human Services 3

HSV 288 Practicum in Human Services I 4

Total Credits HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 22


HUMAN SERVICES

^ HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM – H049

A.S. in Human Services

Contact: Dr. Jackie Griswold, Ext. 2333, jgriswold@hcc.mass.edu

The human services field is rapidly expanding as our society changes. There will be an increasing job HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president market for individuals who are generalists in the human services field and have a variety of skills. Based on the nationally recognized Community Support Skills Standards, which define the knowledge, skills and attributes HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president necessary for individuals working in the helping professions, the A.S. degree program in Human Services will provide students with an opportunity to acquire a solid academic preparation in HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president human services that will allow them to enter the work force upon completion, or transfer into a baccalaureate program.

^ Term/Grade Course Course Course

Number Name Credits

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 35

ENG 101 Language and Literature HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president I 3

ENG 102 Language and Literature II 3

PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology (B) 3

PSY 216 Human Development (B) 3

SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology (B) 3

BIO 111 Human Biology 4

Lab Science (D) 4

Humanities Electives (C) 3

Humanities Electives (C) 3

Humanities HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president Electives (C) 3

Mathematics Elective (D) 3

^ PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 20

HSV 113 Introduction to Human Services 3

HSV 124 The Helping Relationship: Delivering Human Services 3

HSV 125 Introduction to Practicum 3

HSV 213 Professional and Ethical Standards in the Helping Professions 3

HSV 288 Practicum HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president I in Human Services 4

HSV 289 Practicum II in Human Services 4

^ PROGRAM ELECTIVES Select three of the following courses: 9

ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology 3

CRJ 110 Child Abuse and Neglect 3

CSD 114 Cultural Diversity 3

DVD HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 110 Introduction to Developmental Disabilities 3

DVD 210 Current Issues in Developmental Disabilities 3

GRT 110 Introduction to the Study of Aging 3

HSV 205 Domestic Violence 3

HSV 208/ Substance Abuse 3

SOC 208

HSV 210 Group Dynamics 3

HSV 220 HIV/AIDS in Today HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president’s Society 3

HSV 225 Human Services Administration 3

HSV 226 Supervisory Relationships in the Helping Professions 3

HSV 250 Topics in Human Services 3

PSY 215 Child Psychology 3

PSY 217 Abnormal Psychology 3

PSY 218 Adolescent Psychology 3

PSY 223 Psychology of Aging 3

PSY HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president 224 Psychology of Women 3

PSY 230 Topics in Psychology 3

SOC 214 Social Problems 3

SOC 220 Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 3

SOC 233 Sociology of Aging 3

SSN 103 Children and Families in the Social Environment 3

Total Credits 64

HUMAN SERVICES

^ HUMAN HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president SERVICES CERTIFICATE – H019

Contact: Dr. Jackie Griswold, Ext. 2333, jgriswold@hcc.mass.edu

Human services workers help clients obtain benefits or services and monitor, keep records on, and inform supervisors about clients' progress. They work in HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president group homes and halfway houses; correctional, mental retardation, and community mental health centers and facilities; family, child, and youth service agencies; and programs concerned with alcoholism, drug abuse, family HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president violence, and aging. Human services workers generally perform under the direction of social workers or direct care supervisors. The amount of responsibility these workers assume and the degree of supervision they receive vary a HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president great deal.

This 24-credit certificate is appropriate for those considering a career change into the Human Services field as well as those in the field who may want to upgrade their skills HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE – M100 - A message from the president and knowledge.
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