School of Human Services
Bachelor of Science Program
Bachelor of Science
Human Services is a broad field spanning professions in the non-profit and public sectors in such areas as:
- Alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment
- Mental health and elder care
- Social and welfare reform
- Youth work and early childhood development
- Law enforcement, corrections, and probation
The School of Human Services offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services that enables the student to:
- Build leadership skills to serve the community
- Develop critical thinking and social analysis skills
- Learn about the history and future of human services, and integrate theory and practice in classroom, workplace, and community
Springfield College programs are accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.
- Attend classes only on weekends, typically two weekends per month.
- Finish your degree in 16-24 months.
- Receive undergraduate credit for college-level life, school, and work experiences.
- Up to 72 transfer credits accepted for classes comparable to those taught at Springfield College in which a grade of C- or better was achieved
- Earn a degree from a well-respected, fully accredited private college.
- Enjoy an affordable tuition, with financial aid opportunities.
- Learn in a small class that values and reflects a diverse world.
- Take advantage of the adult-centered Academic Success Center.
- Get valuable, hands-on experience right from the start.
The Bachelor of Science in Human Services is offered at all SHS Campuses.
Students in the Bachelor of Science program may choose an optional concentration. Concentrations vary by campus.