Post University's B.S. in Human Services degree program prepares students to become human service professionals, meeting a variety of human needs.
Students who attain a B.S. in Human Services from Post University can expect to have achieved the outcomes listed below.
CORE B.S. IN HUMAN SERVICES OUTCOMES
- Develop an understanding of the historical development of human services.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the theories and principles of human development, counseling dynamics, family therapy, social and legislative issues as they apply to human service delivery and settings.
- Identify and analyze conditions that promote or inhibit human functioning.
- Develop knowledge and skills in information management and apply various data in an appropriate context.
- Develop knowledge and skills in systematic analysis of service needs; selection and application of appropriate strategies, services, or interventions; and evaluation of outcomes.
- Develop appropriate interpersonal and communication skills in the delivery of human services
- Develop knowledge and skills in the administrative aspects of the services delivery system.
- Develop an understanding of the values, attitudes, and human service code of ethics and their application in practice.
Students will develop awareness of their own values, personalities, reaction patterns, interpersonal styles, and limitations.
- Complete field experiences that are integrated within the curriculum and demonstrate conceptual mastery of the field of professional practice.
- Complete the Senior Seminar capstone course that demonstrates conceptual mastery of the field and of professional practice.