An online Human Services bachelor’s degree from Grace College allows you to help people dealing with personal issues such as divorce, homelessness, or personal tragedy. Trained Human Services professionals can provide a guiding hand during times of crisis and help people back on their feet.
This degree is designed for students with existing college credit. Credit can also be approved for documented life experiences after high school including workplace learning and personal activities such as music lessons, athletic involvement, and computer courses.
The curriculum focuses on various aspects of the Human Services profession including case management, interpreting statistics, theory and practice of Human Services, systems of social welfare, and intervention strategies and techniques. Students will also explore related topics of business writing, public speaking, diversity, teamwork, and ethics.
Graduates are qualified for careers such as:
- Case manager
- Human services assistant
- Community health worker
- Rehabilitation counselor
- Addictions counselor
- Community services manager
- 60 prior college credit hours and graduated from high school 2 or more years; or minimum of 75 credit hours if time from high school graduation is less than 2 years; or earn an associate’s degree
- Minimum GPA of 2.0
School Accreditation Statement
Higher Learning Commission