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2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED]

Human Services, B.S.

This degree will facilitate the development of leadership skills and teach students how to effectively interact with clients in fields related to human services in the following areas: interview skills, administration, social advocacy, child development, substance abuse, planning and organization and report writing.

1. University Core Curriculum Requirements

A. Communication

B. Mathematics

Three hours from:

C. Life and Physical Sciences

D. Language, Philosophy and Culture

E. Creative Arts

F. American History

G. Government/Political Science

H. Social and Behavioral Sciences

I. Component Area Option

2. Program Courses

Diversity/Special Populations

Three hours as approved by advisor:

Clinical Rotation/Undergraduate Thesis

Capstone Portfolio

3. Hours needed to total 120

To be discussed with advisor.