Get ready to make a difference

With in-class coursework and field training, our human services bachelor degree program prepares you to help make a difference in the lives of others.

This program is created with input from working professionals to ensure that you learn all the skills needed to start a career in the highly rewarding field of human services. Through a combination of psychology, general education, and human services courses, you’ll gain a well-rounded education that will allow you to work with a diverse range of people in varying circumstances.

Once you have a bachelor’s degree in human services, you’ll be able to start a career in a meaningful role, such as case manager, direct-service social worker, mental health team member, shelter personnel, or a direct care provider or supervisor.

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Bachelor of Science — Human Services

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Featured Alumni

Its been a great experience and very proud to display my degrees from Baker. I’m confident that it gave me the skills needed to be successful, and I think I’ve proven that obtaining the position I’ve obtained in a short period of time in corrections.

- Jeremy Bush, Warden B.S. Criminal Justice, A.S. Criminal Justice
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