Human Services

This major is designed to provide students with a career-oriented degree which is combined with a rigorous liberal arts education. The major prepares the student to work in the community in professional capacities such as a community outreach worker, case manager, community support counselor, clinician, mental health worker, and job coach.

This major requires six credits of supervised internship experience. It is an interdisciplinary major drawing upon courses from several disciplines, including: Psychology, Sociology, Management, and Philosophy, in addition to the core general education courses.