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Chilton Hall, Room 302
P.O. Box 311340
Denton, TX 76203-1340
Web site: www.pacs.unt.edu
Thomas L. Evenson, Associate Dean
The College of Public Affairs and Community Service is composed of academic departments and institutes, which house graduate and undergrad-uate programs, as well as research institutes and centers that support the school’s mission. The school offers programs leading to the following graduate degrees:
The faculty of the school also participates in the master’s degree program with a major in interdisciplinary studies offered through the School of Graduate Studies. See the Toulouse School of Graduate Studies section of this catalog for more information about this degree program.
The Department of Rehabilitation, Social Work and Addictions offers a special certificate program for rehabilitation facility administrators, workshop managers and supervisors that focuses on administrative, management and supervisory principles and practices. The department participates in the PhD program in counseling.
The Department of Behavior Analysis offers a sequence of four applied behavior analysis courses on early intensive intervention for children with autism and participates in the PhD program in information science.
The Department of Criminal Justice participates in the PhD program in information science.
The school offers a 12-hour online graduate academic certificate in volunteer and community resource management.
Students in other fields may minor in any of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service degree programs with consent of the minor professor.
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