The Psychology and Sociology departments offer the Human Services major for those who desire to work in this field. Students will also have the opportunity to gain job-relevant skills, knowledge of the field, and clinical experiences through internships while working with local human services agencies such as Lutheran Family Services, The Bridge, Head Start, Department of Health and Human Services, and the Masonic Eastern Star Home for Children, among others.
Students in this major take core Human Services courses and pick across three different concentrations – Childhood & Adolescence, Adult & Family Development, and Community & Mental Health.
Midland University’s Human Service major equips students with the tools for a wide range of careers. A few popular Human Services major careers include:
- Adult Service Worker
- Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counselor
- Childcare Workers
- Daycare Teachers
- Rehabilitation Specialists
- Probation Officers
A full list of Midland University courses and credit information can be found in the Academic Catalog.View the Academic Catalog