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MSU's Bachelor of Arts in Community Support Services is intended to train direct support professionals. Graduates work with people with disabilities or chronic illness at-risk children and youth, and families who need assistance in supporting family members.

A minor in community support services is also available and appropriate for individuals majoring in psychology, social work or other areas of human services.


Program Requirements

The first step is admission to Morehead State University, see admission requirements.
For course lists and program requirements, please refer to the undergraduate catalog.

Career Opportunities

Typically employed as staff in a wide range of community agencies, careers may include positions in supported living, supported employment, service coordination and family support.

MSU's Career Services offers career planning, interview and resume preparation assistance, internship placement, and services to help you find a job after you graduate.