Bachelor of Human Services
Students must complete an Associate of Applied Science in Human Services from an accredited institution recognized by UAA. For more information, see the Human Services website at www.uaa.alaska.edu/hums or the Human Services Student Handbook.
- Satisfy the General University Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees.
- Complete the General Education Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees.
- Complete the major requirements below.
|HUMS A321||Diversity Issues in Human Services Practice||3|
|HUMS A322||Service Coordination in Human Services Practice||3|
|HUMS A352||Human Services Administration||3|
|HUMS A412||Ethical Issues in Human Services Practice||3|
|HUMS A414||Advanced Case Management for Human Services Professionals||3|
|HUMS A415||Advanced Human Services Systems||3|
|HUMS A417||Substance Abuse Counseling for Human Service Professionals||3|
|HUMS/HS A420||Introduction to Program Evaluation||3|
|HUMS A435||Individual and Group Facilitation||3|
|HUMS A461||Crisis Intervention||3|
|HUMS A495||Human Services Practicum III||3|
|HUMS A496||Human Services Integrative Capstone||3|
|Complete 6 credits from the following:||6|
|Alternative Dispute Resolution|
|Men and Masculinity Issues in Human Services Practice|
|Career Development for Human Services Professionals|
|Working with Traumatized Children|
|Substance Abuse and the Older Adult|
A total of 121 credits is required for the degree, of which 42 credits must be upper division.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Students graduating with a Bachelor of Human Services will:
- Demonstrate knowledge, skills and ethical values integral to the field of human services.
- Possess advanced skill sets necessary to provide direct and indirect client services in a community-based human services professional setting.
- Apply research and program evaluation techniques appropriate to the field of human services.