At Seton Hill, the Human Services Program is an interdisciplinary program with an applied focus that has been designed specifically for the Adult Degree Program.
Drawing on psychology, sociology and social work, this major will provide you with an understanding of the techniques used to analyze and conduct research on human behavior, and with the strategies needed to use the results of that research to enhance the well-being of the underserved and disadvantaged.
By studying topics like addictions, mental illnesses, aging and health care, you will gain knowledge of the needs of specific populations. Courses on counseling methods, as well as internships and field experience, develop skills needed to work with those populations.
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