Psychology & Human Services Undergraduate Programs
The Division of Psychology & Human Services offers undergraduate degree programs in Human Services, BA Organizational Leadership (ACCEL), and Psychology. Faculty members work closely with students to help them develop personal awareness and readiness for entry into a helping profession role, and to assist in further educational and career planning.
The bachelor of science in Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services provides students with a solid ethical and theoretical foundation as well as substantial knowledge about the causes, effects, assessment and treatment of alcohol and substance abuse related problems in our society.More About Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services
The Community Development and Counseling major provides flexibility for students who wish to pursue careers in Human Services, either in a direct helping-related capacity (for example working with adults in a mental health or social services agency) or in areas such as community development or human services administration.More About Community Development and Counseling
The Associate Degree program in Human Services teaches students the skills to function at an entry level in a variety of human service settings and capacities.More About Associates in Human Services
The Bachelor of Arts in Child and Family Services is designed for students who wish to work with children, adolescents, and/or families in a counseling-related capacity. Typical employment opportunities include early intervention programs, case management, counseling, or advocacy positions in social service agencies, mental health programs or in other nonprofit human service agencies.More About Child and Family Services
The Accelerated Bachelor of Arts major in Behavioral Science provides an opportunity for working professionals in the field of human services to strengthen and broaden their knowledge of human behavior for career enhancement.More About Behavioral Science (ACCEL)
The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology prepares students to think critically, make effective decisions, and contribute to solving social problems within our society. It is designed to help students pursue graduate work in their area of interest within the field of psychology or allied mental health fields.More About Psychology