Bachelor of Science in Human Services & Psychology (Double Major)
A Double Major in Psychology and Human Services is an outstanding
opportunity for a challenging interdisciplinary experience. The Psychology and
Human Services programs share similar goals – with slightly different
emphases. Both programs provide students with a solid foundation in
psychological, social and developmental theory. Students in both programs
also complete a field work experience and a senior capstone paper.
Students may obtain a double major in Psychology and Human Service by
completing the concentration requirements for Psychology (36 credits), the
concentration requirements for Human Services (42 credits), an additional 6
credits in general electives and the University Core requirements (36 credits).
Those completing this major are prepared either to pursue
careers in social service agencies or to seek graduate study; it is an
excellent preparation for seeking a Master’s in Social Work, for example
Degree Requirements Summary
- Human Services Program Requirements (42 credits)
Includes courses in Human Services, Counseling, Supervision, including a Practicum.
- Psychology Program Requirements (36 credits)
Includes courses in Developmental, Personality, Abnormal, Social, and Cognitive Psychology
- General Electives (6 credits)
Select courses that expand your field of study and provide
depth in a particular discipline. The General Electives allow for transferring
a multi-disciplinary number of credits from other schools, while providing the
opportunity to customize your learning experience.
- University Core Curriculum (36 credits)
Includes courses in Communications, English, Fine Arts,
Humanities, Liberal Arts, Math, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences.
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A maximum of 66 credits may be transferred in from an accredited
two-year school and 90 credits from an accredited four-year school.