The 100% online program in Human Services will launch for Fall 2013 enrollment and will lead to a Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.). This degree is designed to provide a human and behavioral science background for persons interested in entering professions such as counseling, case management, program administration, and similar endeavors. Human service practitioners work in a variety of settings for a broad range of organizations dedicated to helping others transition through their developmental issues and processes. Students often select the Human Services bachelor's degree program in preparation for a master's degree program in counseling in order to become licensed, professional counselors, especially in school, marriage and family, community agency, and college/university settings.
Professional employment in Human Services is applied in treatment centers, hospitals, child and youth care facilities, community mental health centers, licensed professional practice, colleges/universities, schools, academies, governmental and non-governmental organizations, institutions, group homes, foster and transitional care, in-home counseling, homeless and runaway shelters, community action agencies, wilderness and adventure programming, and similar programs for social and personal development.
Admission and Advisement:
The Human Services Degree Program is offered through the ETSU Department of Counseling and Human Services. Admission into the program is based upon determination of the applicant's potential for academic and professional success by departmental faculty. Factors considered for admission will include the applicant's academic record, entrance examination scores, career goals, and communication skills.
For students looking to begin online coursework toward a degree in Human Services, the following online courses are recommended as a starting point.
HDAL 2510-904 – Introduction to Human Services
HDAL 2000-904 – Intimate Relationships
While these courses are a part of the Human Services Degree coursework and count toward degree completion, formal admission into the program and advisement from the Department of Counseling and Human Services is required. Contact Steve Cockerham at email@example.com for program assistance and advisement scheduling.
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If you are not a current student, you will need to apply to ETSU and be accepted as a student before you'll be able to register for classes. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or if we can be of assistance to you during the admissions process.