Earning your degree in human services, you’ll get a mix of academic and practical experience.
We start you off with a liberal arts base to help you understand the issues that shape and constrain communities. You’ll take courses in human service theory and practice along with classes in sociology, anthropology and political science. A special topics course and electives will provide opportunities to delve deeply into an area of interest, such as substance abuse, disabilities, child welfare or immigration.
You’ll also spend 125 hours a semester doing fieldwork so you can see the way human service agencies work. Theory and practice will combine in seminars that include supervised clinical experiences to enhance your personal and professional growth.
Here are the classes you’ll need to earn the 60 credits required for graduation: