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The Human Services Program at Stevenson University prepares students for careers in human services and/or for graduate school in programs such as marriage and family therapy, social work, counseling, and school counseling. Underlying the program's curriculum is the belief that the most effective way to learn about people and about how to help them is by actually interacting with them. Therefore, hands-on experiences in the field are a significant part of the program. The curriculum focuses on theory, research, and application. Coursework is composed of (1) courses that fulfill the College's liberal arts requirements, (2) courses that examine the development of functioning of families and individuals, and (3) skills courses that focus on how to help families and individuals. The Human Services Program has been accredited with the Council on Standards for Human Service Education (CSHSE).

Areas of Study
  • Family Science/Studies - Master's
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The Department of Family Studies and Community Development was founded on the belief that the family is the fundamental unit in contemporary society. Support of healthy family functioning strengthens individual, group, and societal functioning. The department offers the opportunity to study individual and family development, dynamics within families, and the interactions between families and society.

The department offers two undergraduate majors and one minor. Family and Human Services is an applied major that prepares students to be human service professionals. Students in this major choose among four different tracks: Humans Services, Services to Children and Youth, Introduction to Child Life, and Leadership in the Nonprofit Sector. Community participation is required in several core courses throughout the family and human services curriculum. The Family Science major emphasizes scholarship and research in the discipline. It focuses on the social and behavioral science foundation necessary for those working in family therapy, psychology, education, health and other human services. The family studies minor fits nicely for students who are interested in studying families along with their major focus of study, especially students in the health professions, liberal arts and education.

The academic coursework provides the foundation for graduate study in social, behavioral, and health sciences or for advanced professional training in counseling, psychology, social work, law, medicine, and the allied health professions, such as occupational therapy and physical therapy. The department offers the following graduate programs: Child Life, Administration and Family Collaboration (M.S.); Family-Professional Collaboration Post-Baccalaureate Certificate; Jewish Communal Service (M.A.) and Jewish Education (M.A.).

Areas of Study
  • Child or Adolescent Science/Studies - Undergraduate
  • Community - Undergraduate
  • Family Science/Studies - Master's
  • Family Science/Studies - Undergraduate
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