The Bachelor of Human Services degree with a concentration in Behavioral Sciences offered by Anderson University emphasizes a Christian perspective in regard to social issues, ethics and values. Human services may be used in the fields of mental health care, welfare, corrections, education, and other areas. Graduates of this program may be able to work in a variety of settings. Some work environments include clinics, hospitals, group homes, correctional centers, government agencies, and community-based living homes. The behavioral sciences concentration specifically helps students prepare for careers in counseling. Graduates of this program may also be prepared for further educational pursuits in human services, social work, psychology, and counseling.
High school diploma or GED. Official transcripts. Writing sample (if applicable).
School Accreditation Statement
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges