Top Developmental Services Worker Associates degree Programs - 2023

Developmental Services Worker programs prepare individuals to apply practical knowledge and skills to support individuals with a variety of physical, mental or developmental disabilities in a family or community setting. Includes instruction in health care, basic nutrition, pharmacology, nursing, autism, mental health, psychology, sociology, behavioral analysis, communication, intervention, counseling and community services, and developmental services, such as literacy and life skills training.

Minnesota grants the most Associates degrees in Developmental Services Worker of all US states with 6 degrees being awarded last year. Students wanting to major in Developmental Services Worker can expect about 6% percent of their fellow classmates to be men and 94% percent to be women. The majority students graduating in this field earn a Associates degree. The average annual income for an undergraduate degree in Developmental Services Worker is $32,000.

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See where Developmental Services Worker is the most popular major in the U.S.
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Top Colleges for Developmental Services Worker

If you’re interested in studying Developmental Services Worker, then you should consider applying to Anoka Technical College! This institution grants around 6 degrees at the Associates degree level in Developmental Services Worker annually.

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