Austin Human Services Management Schools
Although not specifically in human services management, there is an undergraduate degree option in human services at one school in the Austin area. Read about the coursework requirements for this program, and then take a glance at a table of school statistics.
- Located five miles from the city's center, Austin Community College District offers an associate's degree program in human services through its Human Services Department. This program prepares graduates to work in both the public and private sectors.
Find schools that offer these popular programs
- Adult Development and Aging
- Child Care Management
- Child Care Services
- Child Development
- Community Organization and Advocacy
- Family and Community Services
- Family Systems
- Human Development and Family Studies
- Social Work
- Youth Services
Comparison of Schools
The costs of a program can play a major role in your decision on where to attend college. Explore tuition rates and other stats for the profiled school in the following table.
|Austin Community College District|
|School Type||2-year, public*|
|Total Enrollment (2017)||40,803*|
|Campus Setting||Large city*|
|Tuition and Fees (2017-2018)||$2,550 for in-district, $10,890 for in-state and $13,080 for out-of-state students*|
|Percent of First-Year Students Receiving Some Form of Financial Aid (2016-2017)||60%*|
|Acceptance Rate (2017)||Open admissions*|
|Retention Rate (2016-2017)||58% of full-time students*|
|Graduation Rate||11% (Students began in Fall 2014)*|
Source: *College Navigator, National Center for Education Statistics
Austin Community College District
Austin Community College District's associate's degree program in human services is offered through its Human Services Department.
Associate of Applied Science in General Human Services
This 60-68-credit-hour program includes lectures and two internships. Classes cover topics such as the psychology of personal adjustment, alcohol and drug addictions, ethics for social services professionals, abnormal behavior and counseling theories. General education courses are taken in English composition, oral communication, psychology and an orientation to social services.