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BECOME THE PERSON OF CHARACTER PEOPLE ARE LOOKING FOR

Human Services is a rapidly growing industry that is looking for strong Christian men and women who are grounded in their faith, who possess the knowledge and skills needed to advance the mission & vision of the gospel in all corners of these industries.

Human Services equip us with the knowledge to understand people better, which is imperative if we want to positively engage in today’s society. Whether it is criminal justice, law, teaching, or psychology, the world needs godly men and women who understand these core issues while also incorporating a Biblical approach.

“Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God.” – Romans 13:1.

DIVISION OF HUMAN SERVICES

Bachelor’s Admissions:

  • Application
  • High School Completion or GED
  • High School GPA 2.5
  • Test-Optional
  • The Human Services Division has seven bachelors programs.
  • Classes for all of the programs are available  on campus.
    • Criminal Justice is also available online.
  • The time it takes to complete the program is dependent on the number of transfer credits awarded upon enrollment.
Heart: Relational & Cultural

  • Collaborative and Virtuous
  • Civic and Social Literacy
Soul: Spiritual & Missional

  • Devoted and Self-Aware
  • Philosophical and Ethical Literacy
Mind: Intellectual & Vocational

  • Discerning and Entrepreneurial
  • Quantitative and Analytical Literacy
Strength: Motivational & Effectual

  • Resilient and Responsive
  • Vocational and Holistic Health Literacy
  • Foundational: 15 Credit Hours
  • Liberal Arts: 28 Credit Hours
  • Department Core: 37 Credit Hours
  • Major Core: 26 Credits
  • Early Field Experience
  • Exceptional and Diverse Leaders
  • Instructional Media & Technology
  • Children’s & Adolescent Literature
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Human Sexuality
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • A History of Minorities in the U.S.
  • Topics in American History

MAJORS

The goal of the Education Department is to provide a strong academic clinical-based preparation program and to prepare quality educators who are committed to professional excellence and who positively impact student learning. Elementary Education prepares teachers for kindergarten through 12th grade. Students pursuing this field often minor in psychology, ministry, or special education and have greater opportunities for employability.

In all programs, we offer the opportunity to have either an urban or international field experience that enhances your ability to teach from different perspectives while also learning about the culture you are in. Previous participants have shared that everyone pursuing education should take part in this opportunity!

We also have a partnership with the local school district where our students, after completing sixty hours of observations, can apply to be a college-based para educator where they serve special education students. This opportunity allows are students to be in classrooms early in their schooling and at the same time, earn a salary.

The Secondary Education-Math program content follows the recommendations of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and the Mathematical Association of America, and meets teacher certification requirements in most states. Teachers of mathematics in both public and private middle and high schools are very much in high demand and thus choosing a career in this field would be beneficial to both yourself and students you will teach.

The Physical Education major certifies a student to teach physical education in primary through twelfth grade. The main reason students choose this major is to teach physical education in the public or private school system. Students who want to coach a particular sport in the school setting are required in many states to be employed in the school system in which they are coaching. The employment combination of teaching and coaching is a common opportunity in education today.

The psychology major is designed to introduce students to a broad view of the field of psychology, while at the same time providing the expertise needed to excel in the discipline. Psychology majors will have the chance to interact with many of the major theories and gain an understanding of the role psychology plays within the broader scope of all academic disciplines.

There is an increasing demand for health and human services professionals specializing in the growing healthcare industry who are passionate about making a significant difference in their community. A Bachelor’s in Health and Human Services prepares committed professionals to serve society by connecting underserved populations such as children, the disabled, the elderly, at-risk-youth, and those in need with access to community resources and support services like healthcare, housing, mental health and addiction services, and more.

The Criminal Justice program at Central Christian College of Kansas embraces our redemptive role in society and the call of God to provide communal justice. This requires that the student not only understand the professional skills related to criminal justice but also the personal perspectives and dispositions needed to become effective agents of justice in a global community.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I apply?

For the bachelors programs go to the Bachelors Application for the Residential Program. For the Online Bachelors program go to Online Application.

The first step for masters students is to fill out the request more information form and are admissions team will walk you through the admissions process.

How long will it take?

Masters students can finish in as little as 18 months. Each class is six weeks and the program consists of 12 courses so that equals one and a half years. Imagine in a little over a year you could have already earned your masters degree!

Bachelors students can finish in 3.5 years even less if you have other college or dual credit classes.

Do you offer financial aid?

We do! Our financial aid office can help you get your federal financial aid and loans figured out.

Do you offer scholarships for Human Services?

There are several opportunities at Central Christian College to receive scholarships by utilizing your talents in areas such as sports, music or academic achievements.

How do I schedule a visit to campus?

To schedule a visit go to Preview.centralchristian.edu or call or text 620-241-0723 to schedule an in person or virtual visit.

What can I do with a Human Services Degree?

  • Teacher
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Social Worker
  • Counselor or Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Career and Life Coach
  • Caseworker
  • Human Service Assistant
  • Behavioral Management Aide
  • Child Advocate
  • Correctional Treatment Specialist
  • Sports Mental Toughness Coach

Don’t see what you are wanting to do, text us at 620-241-0723 to discuss if this degree can help you reach your goals!

What do you mean by character?

Great question! The simple answer is that we define character in four segments, heart, mind, soul, strength and the 8 character traits as listed below.

  • HEART- We believe that graduates should demonstrate civic and moral leadership, in order “to do good; seek justice, and correct oppression.”
    • Collaboration
    • Virtue
  • SOULS-We believe graduates should demonstrate an appreciation for the Lordship of Christ, “not lagging in diligence, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord.”
    • Devotion
    • Self-Awareness
  • MIND-We believe graduates should demonstrate reasoned and productive lifestyles, filled with the “Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge, and with all kinds of skills.”
    • Discernment
    • Entrepreneurship
  • STRENGTH- We believe graduates should demonstrate dispositional strength and behavioral readiness, so that they “never tire of doing what is good”.
    • Resiliency
    • Responsiveness

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