The American Humanics Certification Program prepares students for careers with youth and human service organizations. Program participants must join the American Humanics Student Organization and complete the following courses required for certification.
SOC 4191 (Seminar in Not-For-Profit Organizations) is cross-listed with LSU-Shreveport (SOCL 492) and may be taken for UNO credit via the compressed video system.
SOC 4192 (Practicum in Not-For-Profit Organizations) is a one credit course that must be repeated for at least three hours of credit. This course is cross-listed with LSU-Shreveport (SOCL 392) and may be taken for UNO credit via the compressed video system.
All program participants must attend the American Humanics Training Institute for at least one four-day session at their own expense (estimated cost $800) for which they will earn one credit of independent study (SOC 3091).
American Humanics interns must work in a non-profit setting. American Humanics internships require at least a 2.5 overall GPA, or at least a 2.75 GPA in the student’s last 30 hours. Students interested in the American Humanics Certification Program register through the undergraduate coordinator in the Sociology Department.