Bachelor of Arts in Human Services
We live in a hurting and fallen world. As Apostolics, we endeavor to lead individuals, families, and communities to wholeness. The Human Services degree provides students with a theoretical and practical framework for work in a wide array of faith-based and secular human service settings as well as graduate study in the social sciences.
The Human Services Degree will help educate, equip, and empower the graduate for life and servant leadership by:
- Providing an overview of the historical development of the human services professions and their relationship to the Apostolic call to servant leadership.
- Establishing an understanding of the integration of psychology, sociology, and faith-based practices as a holistic strategy for human services.
- Introducing research methodologies and skills commensurate with bachelor-level human services practice.
- Cultivating skills appropriate to human services practice by providing integrative field experience.
- Increasing awareness and understanding of cultures, social norms, and interpersonal communication in a multicultural context.
- Developing professional attitudes, ethical behaviors, and interpersonal skills to effectively serve individuals, groups, and communities in applied human services settings.