Program coursework examines operational aspects of social systems while building direct practice skills with individuals, families, and communities. Our curriculum also emphasizes critical thinking and solution building.
Become a leader by empowering individuals and communities.
Engage in a curriculum that utilizes pragmatic, real-world content and emphasizes communication, collaboration, and teamwork.
Enjoy the financial benefit of this 90/30 program! 90 credits are completed through the community college and only 30 credits are completed through NAU.
Experience a face to face faculty connection with the convenience of online supplemented materials and instruction in courses that are delivered in an 8-week hybrid format.
Writing – Research Methods in Applied Human Behavior
Theoretical Perspectives on Deviant Behavior
Inequality, Social Justice and Global Citizenship in the 21st Century
Environmental and Biological Foundations of Human Behavior
Community Planning and Sustainable Practices
Diverse Work Environments
Addictions, Recovery and Resiliency
Direct Practice and Documentation
Practice and Intervention
Capstone – Applied Human Behavior Portfolio Capstone