Human Services (B.S.)
If you care about people, enjoy working with them, and have a knack for problem solving, a degree in human services is the right choice for you. You will get the skills you need to gain positions in public and private institutions that proved services for disadvantaged groups in our society.
You will learn about social issues, problem solving, and how to develop programs in the human services field. You’ll find an enriching and vibrant educational setting as well as field experience opportunities in human service agencies. As a human services major, you will learn how to address issues like crime, poverty, alcoholism, child abuse, and discrimination.
Our team of faculty members will be there to instruct, guide, and inspire you every step of the way. You will get the expert guidance you need to succeed in the field, as well as internship opportunities, field experience, and research opportunities from your professors that will give you the professional exposure you need to enter the job market.
Your human services degree will prepare you for a wide array of career opportunities, including the choice of pursuing an advanced degree in social work, counseling, psychology, and sociology.