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Human Services Bachelor’s Degree

The Bachelor’s degree in Human Services program provides students the opportunity to develop the foundational knowledge and skills required to work in the human services field. Our B.S. in Human Services curriculum emphasizes courses that enhance self-awareness and increases understanding of personal values, while fostering appreciation of diversity and the needs of humanity. You can complete the human services degree online or on campus.

Education is provided in the areas of professional helping skills, behavioral theory and current social issues. Students are equipped to conduct ethical practice, establish appropriate boundaries and apply their skills within professional environments that offer services to people. Upon completion of the campus or online human services degree, jobs you may pursue include probation officer, community service manager, counselor and probation officer. If you’re looking to earn a Bachelor’s degree in social work or human services, this program could be right for you.

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Human Services Bachelor’s Degree Program Goals

  1. To facilitate an appreciation of self-awareness and the diversity of humanity, especially as this relates to the variety of human services careers.
  2. To provide students with a core knowledge base in human behavior theory, research methods, and social welfare policy in preparation for a career and/or graduate study.
  3. To promote understanding of the human services perspective related to individuals, groups, and communities.
  4. To integrate healthy professional boundaries and best ethical practices within a human services capacity.
  5. To demonstrate professional helping skills within the classroom and apply the skills within a professional environment.