Human Services Program Administration (B.S.)

Department of Human Services and Community Leadership

CFLE-approved program discontinued effective 11/30/2023. CFLE coursework must be completed by 11/30/2023. Graduates may apply for CFLE through the CFLE-approved program process until 11/30/2025.

High-Impact learning is the key to programs in Human Services Program Administration. Students access experiential learning opportunities including practicum, service learning, work-place internships, and study abroad options.

Graduates become leaders in a wide range of human services programs that improve quality of life for individuals, families and communities throughout the lifespan through the administration of human services such as developmental adult residential services, divorce education, addiction prevention and recovery, child care administration, child and youth community programming, court advocacy, support for the incarcerated and their families, senior case management, hospice services, domestic violence and homeless shelter administration, sexual assault crises support, and reproductive education.

Students that complete an undergraduate degree in Human Services Program Administration leave with an interdisciplinary knowledge base as well as practical experience gained through a required practicum, capstone internship, and involvement with the development, facilitation, and evaluation of family programming through the onsite Child and Family Life Education Center. The bachelors in Human Services Program Administration provides a solid foundation for students applying for a graduate degree in human services, aging studies, social work, or related fields. Completion of the degree allows graduates to apply for provisional status as Certified Family Life Educators (CFLE) through the National Council on Family Relations.

CFLE Approved
Degree Level
Program Delivery
Area(s) of Study
Family Science / Studies / Relations / Ecology / Services
Higher Learning Commission (HLC)
Department Chair
Director of Graduate Studies