Human Services Degree Information

Advocate for Positive Change in Your Professional Career

Through your coursework and internships, you will develop strong communication skills and the role of technology in health and human services. Students also learn to assess a client’s needs for care, counseling, education, rehab or other services from faculty with real world experience.

In this program, you’ll evaluate programs and explore how community resources and agencies can empower individuals, strengthen communities and impact public policy.

As a human services graduate, you can work with people to help them reach personal goals or with large communities to implement positive changes.

A major is offered.

Student Affairs Leadership Opportunities

Serve as a Peer Leader, Community Assistant, Campus Safety Student Officer, or on the Conduct Board. You can also volunteer as a part of the on-campus EMS Squad or Fire Department. 

Student Government Association (SGA)

Join the student-run SGA and run for office. 

Tau Upsilon AlphaJoin Tau Upsilon Alpha, the Human Services Honor Society

Sample Career Opportunities

Graduates have gone on to enjoy careers and internships with such organizations as:
Jobs
  • Behavioral Management Counselor
  • Case Manager
  • Community Outreach Worker
  • Juvenile Court Liaison
  • Probation Officer
  • Rehabilitation Caseworker
  • Substance Abuse Counselor
Internships
  • State and Local Police Departments
  • Cheshire County Department of Corrections
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation

 

Faculty

Our dedicated faculty are at the heart of providing academic instruction and a Pierce education. Learn more about our knowledgeable faculty and their areas of study.

Behavioral Sciences Faculty Bios

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Want to Know More?

Download the Human Services Program SheetDownload a Human Services program sheet to view on-screen or print, or view the College at Rindge Academic Catalog for specific degree requirements and course information.