Bachelor of Human Services

Admission Requirements

Satisfy the Application and Admission Requirements for Baccalaureate Programs.

Students must complete an Associate of Applied Science in Human Services, or the equivalent of an associate degree in a related field, from an accredited institution.

Graduation Requirements

Major Requirements

Core Courses
HUMS A321Diversity Issues in Human Services Practice3
HUMS A322Introduction to Case Management in Human Services Practice3
HUMS A352Human Services Administration3
HUMS A354Clinical Approaches to Substance Abuse 3
HUMS A412Ethical Issues in Human Services Practice3
HUMS A414Advanced Case Management for Human Services Professionals3
HUMS A415Advanced Human Services Systems3
HUMS A417Substance Abuse Counseling for Human Service Professionals3
HUMS/HS A420Introduction to Program Evaluation3
HUMS A435Individual and Group Facilitation3
HUMS A461Crisis Intervention3
HUMS A495Human Services Practicum III3
HUMS A496Human Services Integrative Capstone3
Electives
Complete 6 credits from the following:6
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Family Mediation
Men and Masculinity Issues in Human Services Practice
Working with Traumatized Children
Selected Topics in Human Service Practice
Substance Abuse and the Older Adult
Total Credits45

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 BHS in Human Services will be able to:

  • Demonstrate skills in assessing needs and providing services to individuals, families and groups.
  • Apply the National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) Standards for Ethical Behavior to their professional work.
  • Demonstrate skills in research design, data collection, and analysis.
  • Demonstrate skills to effectively intervene with individuals from diverse populations.