Human Services Major
Human Services is a wide-ranging industry, including careers in case management, community outreach, advocacy, social service, and beyond. Professionals in this field combine compassion with policy and process. They guide and support individuals and communities in need, while navigating complex systems. When you earn a bachelor's degree in Human Services, you will begin a career full of personal rewards as your work helps to improve the lives of others.
In York College's Human Services degree program, you'll master the fundamentals of effectively helping diverse populations, as well as the art of advocacy. You'll have the opportunity to personalize your bachelor's degree to your unique interests and goals by choosing one of our specialty areas of study:
- Children and Families
- Not-For-Profit Management
With hands-on projects and small class sizes, you'll get to know the faculty in the Human Services program—and they'll get to know you, offering advice and support they've gained over years of experience in the field. Human Services majors take on real-world issues and are typically engaged in the community by sophomore year.