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Welcome to the HSE 110 Research Guide

This research guide was created to provide you with a list of the many resources available to you through the Wake Tech Libraries. Within these pages, you will find lists of books and journals, as well as links to research databases and websites. You will also find contact information for the library in case you need further assistance. The Wake Tech librarians are always here to help you succeed during your college career!

About The Research Guide

  • Books. The Wake Technical Community Libraries have thousands of books and ebooks for students and faculty. Check out this page to see some examples from our collections.
  • Online Resources. In addition to books, students and faculty have access to a variety of online resources, including databases and websites.
  • Evaluating Information. This page will outline some search strategies you can use to evaluate your information sources.
  • How Do I... Here you'll find video tutorials and information on how to conduct college-level research, including how to search the databases for articles. 
  • Ask Us. If you need additional assistance with your research, the librarians are here to help. Contact them today to set up a research appointment.

Human Services Technology @ Wake Tech

Human Services Technology @ Wake Tech

The Human Services Technology (HST) curriculum prepares students for entry-level positions in institutions and agencies that provide education and social and community services. Emphasis is placed on the development of relevant knowledge, best practice skills, and human services attitudes. Fieldwork experience provides opportunities to apply knowledge gained in the classroom. 

Wake Tech offers the Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in Human Services Technology, with concentrations in Human Services or Substance Abuse. Individuals who already have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a human services-related field may enroll in the Substance Abuse Certificate program to pursue certification through the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB). 

Wake Tech’s HST program has been approved by the Council for Standards in Human Services Education. Graduates qualify for positions in mental health, childcare, family services, social services, rehabilitation, corrections, residential services, and educational agencies.