Why Human Services?
Make a difference in other's lives: The Bachelor of Science in Human Services program provides you with the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively respond to clients' needs, and prepares students to immediately enter the field or pursue graduate work in counseling psychology and social work.
The Bachelor of Science in Human Services program provides you with the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively respond to clients’ needs. Featuring courses in public health, sociology, psychology, and human services, as well as counseling and a required practicum in a human services agency, the curriculum offers comprehensive perspectives and valuable insights into what is required to successfully work in human service agencies and community organizations. It prepares students to immediately enter the field or to pursue graduate work in counseling psychology and social work.
What you'll study
Minimum 2.000 GPA required
Students must earn a minimum of 60 Northeastern University semester hours in order to receive a bachelor's degree.
All undergraduate students are required to complete the NUpath Requirements.
27 semester hours required
Health and Human Services
Choose one of the following:
Major Required Courses
39 semester hours required
Counseling and Social Services
Research and Practicum
12 semester hours required
Complete 12 semester hours from the following:
CMN, HMG, HSV, PSY, SOC
Open electives to reach minimum credit requirements for the degree.