The Bachelor of Human Services offered by Anderson University aims to equip its students with a Christian perspective about social issues, problems, and professional ethics and values. Human Services can be used in the fields of mental health care, welfare, corrections, education, and other areas. Students have the option of either studying human services as a generalist option or they can choose to pursue behavioral science as a concentration for this program. Anderson University emphasizes the idea that the objective of human services is to help people overcome obstacles and provide guidance for members of society in distress.
A graduate of this program should be equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to work in a variety of human services settings. These settings include: clinics, hospitals, group homes, correctional centers, government agencies, day treatment centers, sheltered workshops, extended care facilities, community-based living homes, and social service agencies.
High school diploma or GED. Official transcripts. Writing sample (if applicable).
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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