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Diploma in Human Services

62 credit hours

This diploma provides an opportunity to develop a knowledge base and the skills for participation in community services programs and ministries

Course Requirements:

Bible/Theology (15 Credits)

General Arts (18 Credits)

Professional Studies (29 Credits)

        Three of the following:

Profile of a Graduating Student

A graduating student will:

  • grow in the understanding and application of Scripture and spiritual formation to life, and to work in human services;
  • ldevelop a knowledge base in human development;
  • explore the many life circumstances and conditions that place individuals and groups at risk;
  • build skills for providing supports and interventions to assist those who are in need;
  • practice within the established competencies of human services professionals.

Career Path Options

This diploma will provide the student with entry-level skills for employment in agencies and programs that serve children, youth, adults, and families.

Future Education Possibilities

Graduates can apply these credits toward future studies at RMC if desired.

We want to share with you our excitement for a new way of learning at Rocky Mountain College.

Pathways is our new “distributed learning” model. It is taking our classroom courses out of the box, and down the road to where you are.

With our focus on discipleship, leadership and social care, Pathways now enables students, professionals, and life-long learners, to take advantage of our programs and courses no matter where they are.

Courses are available to Anyone. Anywhere. Anytime. Often times God speaks to us and we yearn for a richer life. But obstacles appear.

Pathways is about removing obstacles and allowing access to quality learning experiences. We foster changed lives both locally and globally.

It is our hope that we can show you a new pathway to learning, ministry and a richer, more meaningful life. Thank you for exploring RMC’s Pathways program.

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