Pursue your calling to serve others in a professional setting.



The Bachelor of Science in Human Services will 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 in society. The program seeks to prepare professionals who can meet the needs of diverse communities with integrity and sensitivity, and be prepared for a further education and life-long learning.


Career Opportunities:


This degree is applicable in many career fields, but it is especially designed for organizations and non-profits that focus on human services, such as education, recreation, corrections, social services, and business.

Core Classes

Semester 1

GEN 322 Research and Concept Development Skills 3
LEA 374 Working with Teams 3
BIB 342 Life of Christ 3
LEA 372 Organizational Leadership 3

Semester 2

MIN 362 Marketplace Ministry 3
THE 454 Knowing God 3
HUM 332 Personal and Social Ethics 3
THE 352 Biblical Theology of Leadership 3

Semester 3

SOC 356 Marriage and Family 3
PSY 456 Survival Psychology 3
PSY 310 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 349 Theories & Foundations in Counseling 3

Semester 4

PSY 383 Introduction to Research Statistics 3
PSY 453 Christian Theology II 3
MIN 466 Biblical Counseling 3
PSY 478 Human Services Capstone 3

Total Credits


What Students Love

  • Experienced and highly rated faculty
  • A stimulating academic environment
  • Cohort groups with an average of 14 students provide maximum interaction and support from instructors
  • Cohorts meet online in an efficient, accelerated program
  • Students from a variety of cultures and ministry backgrounds


Admission Requirements:


  • Admissions Application free to apply
  • Official Transcripts from all prior colleges where the student wishes to transfer college credits.



  • Varies depending on transfer credits.  Roughly 24 months to complete bachelor credits (48 core, 12 concentration).



  • 60 bachelor credits (48 core, 12 concentration), 120 total credits required to graduate with a bachelor’s degree.