The Human Services major at BHSU is an interdisciplinary program designed to prepare students to excel in the helping professions. Those who have a strong desire to help others will learn how to effectively serve communities in a rapidly changing and complex world.
BHSU Human Services graduates become case workers, social service liaisons, alcohol and drug abuse counselors, client advocates, juvenile court liaisons, crisis intervention counselors, and probation/parole officers. Students can choose to specialize in community service, gerontology, or probation and law enforcement.
Why study Human Services at BHSU?
- Gain the knowledge and skills needed to assist persons in crises
- Pursue a career that can really make a difference
- Learn from professors with diverse backgrounds and employment experiences
- Get involved on campus and throughout the community with internships or volunteer work