Community Organization & AdvocacyPrint
Topics of Study
In this program, you will develop the knowledge and skills useful in community service positions. You will take courses which describe the theories, principles, and practice of providing services to a community. You will also learn how to organize communities for social action, develop networks among community agencies, and use resources to furnish information, instruction, and assistance to community members.
- A certificate or associate degree prepares you can work as an aide or support staff.
- A bachelor's degree usually allows you to plan programs and have more independence in your work.
- A graduate degree is usually required for management positions and working with complex situations.
- Association Executive
- Director (Social Service)
- Human Services Worker
- Parole Officer
- Public Administrator
- Recreation Leader
- Social Worker
- Volunteer Coordinator