If you are looking to make a difference in the world and help others, a degree in Human Services can open up many career opportunities. From working with the elderly, to solving urban problems such as housing and neighborhood restoration, to advocating for children and adolescents, Human Services is a rewarding and challenging field.
The program gives you a strong foundation for work in human services and for a graduate education in counseling, social work, education or other related fields. You will acquire the skills you need to be an advocate for societal change, with hands-on experiences helping individuals, families and the community.
You will gain experience helping those in need by going out into the community and doing just that. Learn how to manage and run an agency in the “Management of Human Services Programs” internship. This required, six-credit internship provides you with a professionally supervised field experience at a human services agency. You can also choose a track that matches your desired concentration including Early Childhood Intervention and Education; Schools and Community; or Child Youth and Family Development.