Borough of Manhattan Community College The City University of New York www.bmcc.cuny.edu
BMCC’s Human Services Program
The Human Services program in the Social Sciences Department awards graduates with an Associate in Science degree, and prepares them for careers that help people solve problems and live more satisfying lives. These careers encompass jobs in social work, counseling, case management, rehabilitation, recreation, child welfare, public welfare, social security, developmental and physical disabilities, substance abuse, services for older adults, and others.
General requirements: English Composition I and II; Health Education; Introduction to Statistics; Fundamentals of Speech; Science; Modern Foreign Language; Music or Art; Ele ctiv e.
Curriculum requirements: Introduction to Human Services and Social Work; Human Services Skills; Introduction to Gerontology or Introduction to Disabilities and Behavior Change or Child Welfare; Field Experience in Human Services I and II; Social Welfare Programs and Policies; American Government; General Psychology; Introduction to Sociology; Social Science.
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Cover photo: Thanks to the NYC Human Resources Administration WE CARE program, operated by FEGS Health & Human Services System.
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BMCC at a Glance
Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) delivers a quality education in a diverse urban environment. Dedicated to the aspirations of high-striving students of all ages and backgrounds, BMCC
• enrolls more than 24,000 full- and part-time students in degree programs
• awards associate’s degrees in 30 programs of study
• is located in the vibrant and culturally rich downtown Tribeca neighborhood
• has a student body representing more than 150 countries
• employs over 400 full-time faculty members
• is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of