You were born to make a difference in the lives of others. Now fulfill your purpose with a human services minor from Post University. Our program was designed to provide you with the opportunity to bridge human service knowledge and skills with your current major and help prepare you for a career as a case worker, community outreach specialist, counselor assistant and more
Program HighlightsThe human services minor exposes you to basic human services principles, interviewing techniques and counseling theories. Your required human services classes include introduction to human services, intervention methods and social welfare policy, and you will choose any two of the following electives for a total of 15 credit hours:
Each course is taught by our expert faculty, who have years of professional experience in the field to pass on to you, and help you grow in your studies.
At Post University, you have options to tailor your education to your specific career goals and current work schedule. We offer a variety of minors and concentrations to choose from, which you can complete at our convenient Connecticut campus or online. Few human services programs offer this flexibility, but we believe when education is accessible, success is achievable.
Contribute to the betterment of society and your career skills. Add a human services minor to our undergraduate degree programs in child studies, legal studies, psychology, business administration or management. Contact our admissions representatives today to learn more.
The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.
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Jesse Perez, Class of 2016
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