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BS in Human Services (Online)

You have a genuine desire to help others at the individual, group and community level. With a human services degree from Post University, you can possess the knowledge and abilities necessary to make a difference in the human services field. Our graduates have secured human services jobs as caseworkers, youth workers, probation officers, life skills instructors, group home managers, client advocates, program managers and program engagement coordinators. You may also choose to pursue your master’s degree at Post University to further advance your career and work toward clinical licensure.

Program Highlights

Through case studies and interactive classroom activities, you will build foundational knowledge in case management techniques, prevention theories and concepts, and human development. You will gain an understanding of people’s capacity for growth and change while learning to advocate for social justice by practicing your skills in the areas of counseling, ethical decision-making, and crisis intervention. Upon completion of your studies, you will be able to:

  • Identify and apply the theories and principles of human development, counseling dynamics, and social and legislative issues to various human service settings
  • Integrate and apply information such as client data, statistical information and record keeping in the delivery of human services
  • Assess and organize the needs of clients and client groups about programming, service planning and outcomes
  • Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and exploring interpersonal dynamics regarding improving service delivery
  • Reflect upon and discuss your values, beliefs, and ideas to more effectively provide direct services in the human services field

Our human services program is designed to take students beyond the classroom. In addition to learning from professionals with real-world expertise, you will have the opportunity to integrate and apply what you’ve learned in a human service setting through a supervised field experience.

Following your coursework and training, you may also choose to complete an internship at local organizations at your local substance abuse facilities, child protection service agencies, or in a variety of intervention and prevention-based programs.

At Post University, you don’t have to put your responsibilities on hold to pursue your education. Stay in your current job and learn on your schedule with our flexible day, evening and weekend, and 100 percent online class options. Additionally, our staff is always available to offer guidance and support. As soon as you enroll, you will be assigned a dedicated academic advisor, who will answer any questions and help you customize your degree to your career goals with a concentration in one of the many different career paths in the human services field.

Note: Licensure is a professional process that varies from state to state. Please consult the appropriate state agency to determine the specific requirements for licensure in your state

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