A minimum of 120 credit hours is required for the Bachelor of Science in Human Services at the main campus.
The Human Services program at the Mount provides a state-of-the-art educational experience for students interested in the human helping professions. This degree completion program is designed for adult learners who desire to work in community organizations and agencies that assist individuals, families, and communities in solving problems and reaching their full potential. Drawing upon several academic traditions-sociology, psychology, education, and business-this program combines cutting edge theory, research findings, and practical experience to give students the knowledge and skills they need to work in fields that include mental health, youth/family, aging, addictions, and administration of social service programs.
Student Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing the B.S. in Human Services program at the main campus, graduates will:
be able to identify, differentiate, and critically evaluate the various biopsychosocial factors that influence human behavior;
possess and employ appropriate interpersonal skills needed to work effectively with people seeking assistance in a human service context;
be able to formulate, evaluate, and execute ethical decision making in a human service context; and
understand the importance of and be committed to the practice of self-care so that they are healthy and well-adjusted human services professionals.