School of Human & Public Services
The Norco College School of Human & Public Services offers a number of certificate pattern programs. Certificate programs, leading to an associate of science degree require a minimum of 18 units (6 classes or so).
The School of Human & Public Services provides relevant, rigorous and career-focused degree programs that meet the needs of self-directed adults who seek to achieve educational and professional goals.
Certificates can be completed within one and a half to two years and lead to employment!
Each course required for the certificate must be completed with a "C" grade or better and all can be counted toward the degree as well as the major.
The Administration of Justice and Early Childhood Education programs are part of the School of Human & Public Services and, as such, have developed the following mission statement:
“The School of Human & Public Services Programs are designed to increase the capabilities of our diverse community through empowering students in developing technical skills, analytical abilities, critical thinking, and global mindset. Our efforts are to develop local and regional competitiveness for businesses by preparing students and expanding the skills of life-long learners. Our mission is to provide an equitable learning environment and offer a curriculum from which Human & Public Services students develop the relevant skills necessary for academic and professional success."
Dean of Instruction: Ashley Etchison
Department Chairs: Sarah Burnett/Sigrid Williams
Counselor: Jethro Midgett
Instructional Department Specialist: Melissa Olivieri
Pathways & Programs
Areas of Emphasis
Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT's)
Career Education Programs:
Programs of Study