Human Services Programs
Take the First Step in Your Human Services Career
A degree in Human Services opens you up to a rewarding career, making a positive impact on the lives of others. Human Services professionals implement outreach programs that assist our most vulnerable populations. Graduates of UB’s Bachelor of Science in Human Services go on to have meaningful careers in education, social services, community organizations, clinical settings, group homes, and in-home care settings. The Human Services programs at UB prepare you for exciting opportunities to make a difference in your life and the lives of others.
I came to University of Bridgeport with a mission to be the first college graduate in my family. No matter the challenges that I have faced over these past four years, I will always thank UB for giving me the best college experience that I could’ve asked for.
Below you’ll find more information about UB’s pathways to a Bachelor of Science in Human Services.
Bachelor of Science in Human Services On‑Campus
In this program, you’ll learn in a traditional on-campus format with your peers. You’ll work collaboratively with industry experts to develop the skills necessary to succeed in a Human Services career.
Bachelor of Science in Human Services Accelerated
Choose from evening, weekend, and online classes in our accelerated BS in Human Services. You’ll collaborate with UB’s expert faculty and your peers to develop a deeper understanding of the challenges people face in their everyday lives. Take classes at our main Bridgeport Campus or the Waterbury Center Location. This program makes going to school convenient, so you don’t have to put off your education — earn your degree while working or taking care of your family.
Bachelor of Science in Human Services and Psychology
Students interested in a career meeting the needs of those from our most underserved communities can double major in Psychology and Human Services. You’ll gain the interdisciplinary knowledge needed for a rewarding career helping people facing challenges in their lives. You’ll develop the analytical and critical thinking skills to understand human behavior and societal factors influencing the choices people make. You’ll have access to UB’s expert faculty and our connections to human service organizations throughout the community to advance your career in the field.