Social Sciences Programs
Criminal justice is an area of public service that employs those in law enforcement, the courts and corrections at all levels of government and in both juvenile and adult venues.
The deaf studies professional certificate program at UC Blue Ash College is designed to provide an understanding of deaf culture and American Sign Language to students who have previously completed a baccalaureate degree.
The Associates of Science (AS) Degree program in Neuroscience provides students with the first two years of general education requirements within the discipline so they can easily and efficiently transfer into the bachelor’s degree program in Neuroscience at UC’s College of Arts and Sciences (A&S).
Psychology is the study of behavior and mental processes. Psychologists can be found doing a wide range of work, including counseling and therapy, research in the many subfields of psychology, and teaching; others can be found in private industry in human resources departments, focusing on psychology in the workplace.
Social workers are community troubleshooters. Through counseling, referral services or policy-making and advocacy, they help individuals, families and groups cope with problems.
UC Blue Ash College offers nearly 50 degree and certificate programs. Check out our detailed list of all the majors and programs offered at UC Blue Ash College.