Feb 22, 2020  
Traditional Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019 
    
Traditional Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019 ARCHIVED CATALOG

Family and Human Services, B.S.


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Student learning outcomes:

  • Students will understand a biblical/theological approach to human services, illustrating truths found in Matthew 22: 37-40.
  • Students will be capable of serving in professional helping positions.
  • Students will be able to analyze, conduct, and present research relevant to the human services field of study.
  • Students will develop the personal characteristics and skills of empathy, authenticity, and differentiation in order to promote holistic self-awareness and other awareness.

Requirements for the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree with major in Family and Human Services

University Core Curriculum - 49 hours


The Social Science elective is covered by ECN 2003  and the Mathematics elective is covered by PSY 2383  in the program requirements.

 

Concentrations


Students may choose to complete any two of the following concentrations, choosing nine unique hours from each. Students who do not select one of these options will fill their non-major requirements with a minor or electives. Students should consult with their advisor regarding those options:

Counseling


9 hours of graduate course work required (maximum 12 hours allowed and hours count toward both undergraduate Psychology degree and graduate Counseling degree) chosen from among the following options:

Note: Enrollment in graduate courses subject to approval by the Graduate School.

Electives as necessary to complete minimum total hours


Minimum total semester hours 124


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