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This major is intended for the growing number of students who will seek employment in a human-service-related profession upon completion of the undergraduate degree and/or graduate study in social work or a counseling related field. The academic study of the social and behavioral sciences is complemented by field placement opportunities which provide practical experience in and knowledge of service agencies in the community.
B.S. in Human Services
A major in Human Services leading to the B.S. degree requires 33 semester hours, distributed as follows:
HS 231 Introduction to Human Services 3 s.h
HS 333 Human Service Skills 3 s.h.
HS 434 Advanced Human Service Skills 3 s.h.
HS 460r Human Services Fieldwork 3 s.h.
PY 101 Introduction to Psychology 3 s.h.
SO 101 Introduction to Sociology 3 s.h.
PY/SO 261 Social Psychology 3 s.h.
SO 270 Social Research Methods 3 s.h.
PY/SO/HS/CJ Psychology, Sociology, Human Service
and Criminal Justice (300-400 level) 9 s.h.