Bachelor of Science in Human Services
The Bachelor of Science in Human Services program 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. Students will learn about human services counseling methods, as well as the history of human services.
What Makes Human Services at Albertus Different?
- Hands-on, experiential learning
- Interdisciplinary perspectives
- Emphasis on collaborative work
- Personally invested professors
- Small class sizes
- Innovative, well-rounded programs
- Resources and opportunities for research
- Lively extracurricular activities
- Campus-wide events
- Service and community engagement
- Active career counseling
- Opportunity-building networks
- Access to internships and professional experiences
The Albertus Human Services Degree Program
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.
Meet Dr. Ragaa Mazen
Dr. Ragaa Mazen is a professor and Director of the Master of Science in Human Services. Dr. Mazen studied at Ein Shams University in Cairo, Egypt and Yale University.
"I started teaching in the United States in 1967. As a professor, my students and my teaching are very important to me."
She teaches classes in Psychological Assessment, Personality Structure and Dynamics, and Cultural and Diversity Issues. Dr. Mazen is an active member of several national organizations, including the American Mental Health Counselors Association and American Art Therapy Association.
Where Will Your Human Services Degree take You?
Possible career paths with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services include:
Human Services Masters Programs
Request Human Services Undergraduate Information
Request Human Services Adult Undergraduate Information
The Albertus Human Services Degree Mission Statement
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 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.