Bachelor's in Human Services Online
Counselor Education Undergraduate Major in Human Services
Major Code BS6326
The Human Services major leads to a Bachelor of Applied Human and Consumer Sciences. This is a bachelor completion degree, appropriate for students who have earned an associate's degree as a 2 + 2 option and/or at least 60 semester hours at an accredited institution.
The program is meant to equip students with the skills required to serve clients in a variety of public outreach organizations. Graduates in this field often work alongside social workers, detectives, counselors, psychologists and other specialists who help individuals tackle major life-challenges.
Opportunities Upon Graduation
Career opportunities associated with the Human Services major include, but are not limited to
- Community and Family Organizations
- Intake Specialist
- Social Work Assistant
- Case Management Aide
- Probation Officer
- Foster Care and Child Advocate
- Community Outreach Worker
Degree holders are also prepared to enter graduate programs such as Counseling, Social Work, and Psychology.
This is a bachelor completion degree, so incoming students must have earned at least 60 semester hours at an accredited institution. No requirements beyond University admission and external transfer requirements.
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