Academic Catalog

2021-2022 Edition

Concentration in Human Services

The Human Services concentration creates opportunities for a wide range of jobs in the helping professions such as social work, healthcare, ministry, justice, and business. Rather than narrowly focusing on a specific industry or cultural group, students gain the knowledge and perspectives needed to successfully adapt to multiple career fields. Students will be well prepared and uniquely suited for multiple jobs within the helping professions.

Prerequisite

Requirement Title Credits
PSYC 105Introduction to Psychology3

Requirements

Requirement Title Credits
PSYC 425Crisis Counseling and Intervention3
PSYC 435Gender Issues in Psychology3
PSYC 445Adolescent Psychology3
PSYC 460Motivation3
PSYC 480Group Processes3
Total Credits15

The Human Services concentration cannot be paired with the Applied Pastoral Counseling, Business Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Criminal Behavior, Cultural Psychology, Educational Psychology, General Psychology, or Psychology in the Healthcare Professions concentrations.