How do I sign up for the Curriculum?
Students interested in the BHHS curriculum are required to attend an orientation.
For more information, contact any of the BHHS faculty.
Will my credits transfer to four years colleges?
The BHHS curriculum has a number of transfer agreements with four year institutions. Some of
the agreements accept all CCP credits and you enroll as a Junior. Where there are no transfer
agreements, courses are accepted based on the requirements of the four year institution.
Students should contact the CCP counseling center for more information.
What work can I do with a A.A.S. Degree in BHHS?
What is a practicum and how can I get more information on how to sign up for one?
Questions Frequently Asked By BHHS Students
There are a number of jobs for persons with the associate degree. A partial list is as
follows: Case worker, case work specialist, human service assistant, eligibility
interviewer, mental health technician, addictions counselor assistant, youth worker,
intake counselor, case manager, residential aide, advocate, program specialist, and
outreach specialist. Students who go on to obtain a higher degree will have even more
options. For more information, look at the Occupational Outlook Handbook.
All students enrolled in the Associate Degree BHHS curriculum will complete two
field activities before graduation. For information on obtaining a practicum, click
How do I become a Certified Addictions Counselor?