Human Services

Program Overview

Associate in Science / 60-62 Credits
UH Maui College’s Human Services program prepares graduates to work with people of all ages in diverse health and human services settings.  We aim to provide a collaborative and learner-centered environment that welcomes students from all backgrounds.  The AS degree provides a broad set of generalist skills needed for entry-level positions in Human Services, Social Work, and Public Health.  Specialized Certificates of Competence (9-15 credits) and a Certificate of Achievement (30 credits) are available for majors and those in the workforce seeking career change or advancement.  Specializations include Aging, Case Management, Community Health, Family Violence, Substance Use Disorder, and Youth Development. 
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Length of Program

Full-time students can complete the AS degree in four semesters (two years). Part-time options are available for this degree and for all certificates. All specialization electives are offered every two years - please check our [current schedule] for details.

Take The Next Step

Request more information about this program or contact:


Selene LeGare, Program Coordinator

Phone: 808 984 3338



Shane Payba, HSER Counselor

Phone: 808 984 3496

Fax: 808 984 3872

Appointments: 808 984 3306



Costs range from approximately $1200 at the certificate level to just under $8,000 to complete the AS degree.

Course Schedules

View a month-by-month schedule of courses, as well as descriptions for each.


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Career Outlook & Potential Salary

Common position titles include:

  • Case Manager
  • Client Support Specialist
  • Community Health Worker
  • Family Support Worker
  • Health Care Worker
  • Housing Navigator
  • Intake Coordinator
  • Outreach Case Worker
  • Patient Navigator
  • Program Assistant
  • Social Services Assistant
  • Substance Abuse Counselor

Program Mission & SLOs