Students in the program learn to apply culturally responsive strategies across diverse populations, and apply legal and ethical standards to provide comprehensive, well-informed care.


Human services professionals work in community, residential care or institutional settings. You may find yourself providing direct services such as leading a group, organizing an activity, or advocating for those struggling with mental illness, substance abuse, domestic violence and health conditions.


Individuals with a human service bachelor’s degree can go on to become social workers, case managers, substance abuse counselors, career counselors, juvenile court liaisons, community outreach coordinators, probation officers, and human services specialists in non-profits, public agencies, and the private sector.

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