School of Human Services
With Doctorate, Master’s, and Graduate Certificate Programs offered, there are many ways to enhance your career while serving your community. Each program is based in research and will prepare you to be a difference maker.
Real World Connections
We are unified in making real world connections in our research, field experiences, and partnerships. See highlights of our real world experiences that will prepare you to be a leader in your chosen career upon graduation.
Through our Bachelor’s programs, Minor, and Certificates, we will provide best practices, based in research, and real-world experience to prepare you for a career serving others and improving your community.
Our faculty are leaders in contributing to best practices knowledge in our disciplines. All doctoral students are involved in research, with additional opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students. See current research highlights and opportunities.
News & Events
Dr. Keith King, Professor and Program Director of the Health Promotion and Education Program, is the proud recipient of the Mid-Career Research Scientist Award. This award is given to faculty in recognition for their health-related research accomplishments to this point in their careers.
The Golden Apple Award is a CECH student-voted honor awarded each year to faculty members from each academic program who demonstrate excellence in teaching and student-faculty relations. This year’s Golden Apple Award recipients from the School of Human Services are (shown L-R) front row: Dr. Daniel Newman, School Psychology; Dr. Sarah Lanman, Counseling; Dr. Amanda Lynch, Undergraduate Health Education; back row: Dr. George Richardson, Substance Abuse Counseling; Dr. David Kelley, Undergraduate Sport Administration; Dr. Tai Collins, School Psychology; Dr. Patty Keller, Graduate Sport Administration; Dr. Brittany Rosen, Graduate Health Education