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Associate of Science in Community Health Services

The A.S. degree in Community Health Services is designed to prepare graduates to serve as facilitators, advocates, and referral professionals for public and community health organizations, social and human service organizations, and as a foundation for further study at the bachelor's degree level. The degree will provide students the opportunity to study population's health, the promotion of healthy lifestyles, and the prevention of disease and injury through health education and by linking related social services with affected recipient communities.

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