MAJOR: The Human and Community Service major provides graduates with knowledge, skills, and experiences to prepare them for working in human service professions. Students are educated to work with individuals, small groups (such as families), individuals needing help in other groups (work organizations, for example), and with community organizations to accomplish more structural or systemic (social, economic, political, recreational, etc.) goals. The Human and Community Service major earns a B.A. degree. Internships require daytime availability.
MINOR: A minor in Human and Community Service requires twenty-one credits including Human and Community Service 220, 320; three courses from Psychology, 220, 250, 457 or Sociology 200, 318; and one course from Psychology 243, 320, 330, 332, 434 or Sociology 201, 207, 212, 302, 303, or 304.
Program and Course Information
- Human & Community Services Section in the University Catalog [PDF]
- Undergraduate Course Descriptions in the University Catalog [PDF]