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Online Human Services Degree Programs

Human services professionals work in a variety of programs geared toward providing care for those unable to do so for themselves: abused or neglected children, the disabled, the elderly, the homeless, the mentally handicapped, the mentally ill and the poor. In general, human services careers are considered demanding, but they also offer a great deal of satisfaction to those with a desire to help others.

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Alderson Broaddus UniversityUndergraduate
Philippi, WV

Anna Maria CollegeUndergraduate
Paxton, MA

Arcadia UniversityUndergraduate
Glenside, PA

Arcadia UniversityOnline

Auburn UniversityUndergraduate
Auburn University, AL

Baldwin Wallace UniversityUndergraduate
Berea, OH

Baldwin Wallace UniversityOnline

Ball State UniversityUndergraduate
Muncie, IN

Ball State UniversityOnline

Bard College at Simon's RockUndergraduate
Great Barrington, MA

Beacon CollegeUndergraduate
Leesburg, FL

Bellevue UniversityUndergraduate
Bellevue, NE

Bellevue UniversityOnline

Bethel CollegeUndergraduate
Mishawaka, IN

Bethel CollegeOnline

Bethel CollegeUndergraduate
North Newton, KS

Bethel UniversityUndergraduate
McKenzie, TN

Boston CollegeUndergraduate
Chestnut Hill, MA

Brewton-Parker CollegeUndergraduate
Mount Vernon, GA

Burlington CollegeUndergraduate
Burlington, VT

California State University- FullertonUndergraduate
Fullerton, CA

California State University- Long BeachUndergraduate
Long Beach, CA

California State University- Monterey BayUndergraduate
Seaside, CA

California State University- SacramentoUndergraduate
Sacramento, CA

California State University- San BernardinoUndergraduate
San Bernardino, CA

California State University- San MarcosUndergraduate
San Marcos, CA

Calumet College of St. JosephUndergraduate
Whiting, IN

Cambridge CollegeUndergraduate
Cambridge, MA

Carlow UniversityUndergraduate
Pittsburgh, PA

Cazenovia CollegeUndergraduate
Cazenovia, NY

Central Michigan UniversityUndergraduate
Mount Pleasant, MI

Central Michigan UniversityOnline

Central Washington UniversityUndergraduate
Ellensburg, WA

Chestnut Hill CollegeUndergraduate
Philadelphia, PA

College of St. JosephUndergraduate
Rutland, VT

College of St. MaryUndergraduate
Omaha, NE

College of the AtlanticUndergraduate
Bar Harbor, ME

Columbia CollegeUndergraduate
Columbia, MO

Columbia CollegeOnline

Columbia CollegeUndergraduate
Columbia, SC

Concordia University- St. PaulUndergraduate
St. Paul, MN

Concordia University--St. PaulOnline

Connecticut CollegeUndergraduate
New London, CT

Converse CollegeUndergraduate
Spartanburg, SC

Coppin State UniversityUndergraduate
Baltimore, MD

Crown CollegeUndergraduate
St. Bonifacius, MN

Crown CollegeOnline

CUNY- Brooklyn CollegeUndergraduate
Brooklyn, NY

CUNY- New York City College of TechnologyUndergraduate
Brooklyn, NY

Dakota Wesleyan UniversityUndergraduate
Mitchell, SD


What Is Human Services

Those who work in human services are dedicated to helping the less fortunate in society, including abused and neglected children, the homeless, veterans having difficulty transition to civilian life and the poor. They typically design, implement and oversee programs that help alleviate the issues suffered by people within those groups.

Human service workers include direct-service and and clinical social workers. The former helps find those in need and work with them to make improvements to their lives. Clinical social workers diagnose and treat those with mental, behavorial and emotional disorders, providing both individual and family therapy sessions as well as developing an overall treatment plan with other medical professionals, such as doctors and healthcare specialists.

Careers with a Human Services Degree.

A Bachelor’s degree in Social Work (BSW) or a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Human Services is usually considered the minimum degree required for entry into the profession. If you want to advance into administrative or policy-making jobs in this field you will probably need to attain a Master of Public Health (MPH) or a Master of Science (MS) in Human Services.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that employment for human services workers will grow by 25% through 2020 – much faster than average when compared to all occupations. Opportunities in rural areas, which often find it difficult to attract skilled experts in this field, will be especially plentiful.