The College of Humanities & Sciences offers a variety of degree programs that can help lead you to a gratifying career in the helping professions.
Whether you’re interested in psychology, counseling, human services or public administration – you can earn a human services degree online or at a campus near you.
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Courses teach you how to put theories into practice and are taught by a skilled faculty, averaging 20 years of industry experience. Your passion for helping others and your desire to have a positive influence on your community got you here.
By earning an on-campus or online human services degree, a rewarding career helping others is around the corner – and we want to continue to help you succeed.
Take one course at a time and work toward your degree by balancing your education with your family and work.
Our curriculum helps you develop the skills needed to help you grow as a professional and effectively operate within a variety of organizations. You’re ready to acquire a deeper understanding of human behavior to better serve your community – and your career.