Human Services Degree
The dire workforce shortages in human services professions will take many years to fill. In the meantime, those shortages are having a devastating social impact. The human services field is broad and the need for trained professionals is needed in every corner of the field.
Our seasoned faculty prepares you for real-world experience. Emphasis is placed on cultural humility, resilience, and cutting-edge neuroscience as they relate to professional service delivery. We value empowering individuals, families, and communities rather than pathologizing or creating systemic dependence. The workforce shortages faced by human services professionals are extreme, therefore bachelor-level graduates are now faced with expanded responsibilities. The applied nature of our program is grounded in theory while providing you with hands-on experiences and practical tools that lead to applying what you learned during your customized internship.
Many human services majors continue their education to masters-level degrees that are necessary to become licensed professional counselors or social workers. Others use their degree to expand their current responsibilities, pursue administrative positions, or new aspects of the field learned during the program. The possibilities are endless due to workforce demand and the broad and applied nature of the program. Come explore possibilities with us!