The Bachelor of Professional Studies in Human Services curriculum is designed with the needs of the community in mind. It provides students with a theoretical and practical framework that prepares them to assume positions in the human service field. Graduates are expected to demonstrate mastery of core competencies that include:
Students must complete 90 semester hour credits before participating in the field experience at the start of term four. Students must complete prerequisites Abnormal Psychology (three credits) and Introduction to Sociology (three credits) by the beginning of term four. Students must also complete Lifespan Development (three credits) and Human Diversity (three credits). The Human Services major requires 120 credits for graduation.
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