Bachelor of Arts in Support Services for Children and Adolescents
The support services concentration is designed for those who seek to foster the academic, emotional, and behavioral development of children and adolescents. Emphasis is on theoretical knowledge and practical applications of this knowledge. Those pursuing this concentration will develop intervention skills, such as counseling, consultation, and collaboration. Graduates may be interested in entering work environments such as behavioral health or correctional facilities, social services agencies, and school support services. This concentration also prepares students to enter graduate school in the fields of school psychology and school counseling. Courses required.