Bachelor of Human Services

Fuse your compassion and interest in human behavior into a thriving career providing emotional support and stability as to others as you help them cope with issues in their everyday lives.

As a student in LeTourneau's Bachelor of Human Services degree program, you will take courses in psychology, sociology, criminal justice, counseling and ethics - all emphasizing the value of Christian faith in the human services career field. These courses will give you the knowledge and tools you need to consistently and effectively help others.

An undergraduate degree in Human Services from LeTourneau University provides versatile career options in the health care and social assistance industries, from child welfare or elderly services to substance abuse. Or, continue on to graduate school to pursue a career in case management, social work, counseling, rehabilitation, missions and more.

As a Human Services graduate of LeTourneau University, you will have the opportunity to live out your Christian faith by helping people from a variety of age groups overcome difficulties so they can live healthy and productive lives.



Course Sequence

Interesting classes you'll take

  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Theories and Techniques of Counseling
  • Criminal Law or Criminology
  • Addiction Theory

Our accelerated class format allows you to finish each course in just five weeks. For online students, coursework begins each week on Monday, with most assignments due on Sunday by midnight.


What can you do with this degree?

  • Case Worker
  • Case Manager
  • Human Service Program Director
  • Grant Writer
  • Human Service Development Director

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