Bachelor of Professional Studies in Child & Family Services
Geneva College

Program Details

The Bachelor of Professional Studies in Child and Family Services is an online liberal arts degree for individuals who want to advocate for children and other vulnerable individuals, creating positive change for children and family populations. This Christian-based online human services degree focuses on God’s views of family as an institution and the role family plays in the development of new members of society.

Students learn ways to help restore the family unit by exploring current social systems and the policies affecting the welfare of children and families. The liberal arts degree curriculum emphasizes child growth and development, along with the critical role of the family and causes of dysfunction. Graduates have the foundation necessary to help drive meaningful changes for children and families.

Graduates can find careers in a variety of sectors after graduation, including:

  • Business
  • Government
  • Nonprofits
  • Social Services
  • Educational Institutions


  • Must have a 2.0 cumulative combined GPA for all accredited colleges or high school
  • Preferably you have four to five years of experience after high school
  • Submit college, high school transcripts or GED
  • If you have Military credits, you must request an official Military transcript

School Accreditation Statement

Middle States Commission on Higher Education