Provides a strong foundation in human development, sociology, the human services delivery system, and public policy that prepares you for work with clients of all ages in a wide range of professional settings.
Students in the Human Services specialization take a core set of courses that develop knowledge and skills in human development, sociology, psychology, and public policy. Graduates are prepared for careers in a range of human services settings, including the justice system, healthcare, child welfare, and social work.
"Obtaining my Bachelor of Science in Human Services at Lesley was just what I needed to help balance school, family and life! The opportunity to study while off campus was exactly what I needed. I was able to obtain countless employment opportunities with the confidence gained from finishing my degree, after so many years of only having an Associate's in Human Services. Going to Lesley was one of the best things I ever did for myself. I often consider a Master's Degree at Lesley next."
— Colleen Millett, Alumna
Assistant Director Academic Advising (LCAL)
Deborah D. Wright
Director of the Center for the Adult Learner, Assistant Professor of Administration / Management
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