2016-2017 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Bachelor of Science in Human Services (Online)

The Human Services major helps students develop a foundation in liberal arts, human growth and development, human services delivery systems, and social policies that shape service delivery and provide for social needs. This online program equips students with the skills and expertise to work with a range of populations in a variety of settings, including the juvenile justice system, health care settings and hospices, criminal justice agencies, community advocacy groups, the child welfare system, parent-action movements, group residences, recreational services, elderly services, policy and legislative agencies, substance abuse programs, crisis intervention services, and not-for-profit agencies.

Requirements

Required Courses (51 Credits)

CHMSR 1551Foundations and Systems in the Helping Professions

3

CHMSR 2888Course in development

3

CHMSR 3553Practical Ethics in Human Services

3

CHMSR 3701Human Services Internship and Seminar I

6

CHMSR 4701Human Services Internship and Seminar II

6

CHMSR 4888Course in Development

3

CHMSR 4551Senior Capstone Seminar: Human Services and Counseling

3

CPSYC 1401Lifespan Development

3

CPSYC 3405Abnormal Psychology

3

CPLCY 3552Social Policy

3

CSOCS 3444Research Methods in the Social Sciences

3

CSOCL 2402Sociology of Family

3

CSOCL 3445Race, Class and Gender

3

CSWRK 3201Case Management in Social Work and Counseling

3

CHLTH 3300Child and Adolescent Health

3