Geneva College

Human Services

Psychology and Social Services

The human service program involves an interdisciplinary approach which affords students the opportunity to explore human services, practice, and theory from a variety of academic perspectives. Core courses in psychology prepare students to comprehend human development. Human services courses stress a basic understanding of the history of social welfare, issues of diverse population groups, social systems, and the role of various service agencies in meeting human needs. Methodology courses promote understanding of the experimental methods employed in studying human behavior and systems. Internships and skills-based course work assure that students will possess the requisite generalist practice competencies needed to perform successfully in human services agencies. Graduates find themselves prepared to work with diverse populations in various human service agencies or prepared to attend graduate programs in many fields such as human services, social work, counseling, criminal justice, or ministry.
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