The Bachelor of Professional Studies in Human Services

degree program requires 120 credits. Each semester, students earn 15 credits. Each credit represents 15 semester hours of classwork plus 30 hours of study.

100 Level Courses
300-400 Level Courses
Purpose Purpose 1
Self-Assessment Constructive Action
Purpose 2
Promoting Empowerment through Professional Relationship Constructive Action
Purpose 3
Empowerment through Groups Project
Purpose 4
Promoting Empowerment through Supervision/Administration
Constructive Action The College Experience: Intro to PCE & CA Self-Assessment Constructive Action Promoting Empowerment through Professional Relations Group Based Social Justice Initiatives Empowerment through Groups Project Promoting Empowerment through Supervision/ Administration
Values & Ethics Contemporary Values & Ethics Critical Thinking & Writing through the Study of Literature Group Values, Norms & Realities Political & Economic Philosophies
Self & Others Human Biology & the Life Sciences Social & Developmental Psychology 1 Social & Developmental Psychology 2 Marketing for Non Profits
Systems Introduction to Sociology Social, Political & Economic Aspects of Service Delivery Systems The Sociology of Group Behavior Managing Human Resources
Skills Computer Applications for Profit & Non-Profit

Math for Human Services 1

Math for Human Services 2 Statistics for Group Analysis Accounting for Non Profit Organizations
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420 Level Courses
Purpose Purpose 5
Promoting Empowerment through Teaching & Communication
Purpose 6
Promoting Empowerment through Counseling Constructive Action
Purpose 7
Promoting Empowerment through Community Liaison Constructive Action
Purpose 8
Promoting Empowerment through Change Management Constructive Action
Constructive Action Advanced PCE & CA

Promoting Empowerment through Teaching & Communication

Promoting Empowerment through Counseling Seminar in Social Justice Skills Project

Promoting Empowerment through Community Liaison

Promoting Empowerment through Change Management
Values & Ethics Philosophies Learning Legal & Ethical Issues in Counseling Comparative Philosophies of Communities Philosophies of Change & their Impact on Social Policy
Self & Others Theories of Learning & Cognitive Development Models of Counseling Community Psychology The Individual, the Organization & Social Change
Systems American Government Counseling Systems: Economic, Political & Technological Perspective Social, Political & Economic Dynamic of Communities Social Policy & Planning Change: Processes & Strategies
Skills Public Speaking & the Art of Persuasion Professional Skills for Counseling Data Analysis for Understanding Statistics Lab Empowerment through the Arts
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