Human Services

Human Services

One of the fastest growing professions relates to the service industry, especially in response to the human condition. No one is more prepared to meet this need than the Christian who is able to apply the principles of the Word of God and the knowledge and skills gained in a Human Services program.

The mission of the Human Services program at Grace Bible College is to provide a comprehensive understanding of helping and healing relationships that enables graduates to serve individuals, families and society. Its purpose is to develop practitioners who are biblically-informed, ethical thinkers who can practically apply their knowledge to serving others. The program seeks to prepare professionals who can meet the needs of diverse communities with integrity and sensitivity, and be prepared for advanced training, graduate school and life-long learning.

Students pursuing this course of study will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Human Services. There are a number of psychology, sociology and counseling courses included in this degree:

  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Theories and Foundations of Counseling
  • Group Psychology
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Marriage and Family
  • Social Psychology
  • Research Statistics
  • Adult Psychology
  • Human Services Practicums