Human Services, General
Are you the type of person who is genuinely concerned about the welfare of others? You might consider a degree in human services. This major area can open a wide variety of career opportunities in a number of areas.
Human services majors find themselves learning about a number of different areas of human services. These areas might include the health or wellbeing of citizens, provision of critical services, counseling, or preventative care. Students study these subjects in the classroom and get the opportunity to use their skills in the field, often interning at schools, hospitals, or social services offices.
Those interested in a career in human services might earn a bachelor's degree or continue their studies at the graduate level, earning either a master's degree or Ph.D.
Human services majors can find career opportunities in a number of areas. They sometimes work as social workers, substance abuse counselors, legal mediators, disability specialists, or career counselors.