A collaboration between the Sociology/Anthropology & Psychology programs, Human Services is an interdisciplinary Bachelor’s degree program focusing on the needs of human service professionals. If you are a student that has completed an Associate of Arts degree or approximately two years of college, who wants to better understand their community and social environment, who has a desire to improve their career opportunities and reach educational goals, and wishes to enhance specific human relations skills and strengthen their ability to work effectively in social services, then this degree is for you! Classes are conveniently scheduled at nights in Ashland and Medford to accommodate the schedules of working students.
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SOU’s small class sizes and friendly learning environment foster close ties among students, faculty, and the community. The length of the degree completion program varies with each individual, depending on prior coursework and employment status.
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As a Human Services Major, you are required to complete a senior capstone project. The capstone experience integrates and synthesizes the skills and knowledge you’ve acquired in the human service program. Students develop a social service program encompassing needs assessment, program rationale, objectives, methods, activities, and a plan for program evaluation.
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