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Assurance of Learning: B.A. in Human Services Administration

Mission Statement: The Bachelor of Arts in Human Services Administration program prepares graduates to be responsive to the evolving needs of human services organizations. The program incorporates both an administrative and a direct services focus. The primary purpose of the program is to prepare entry level human services practitioners to work in a variety of helping professions, in several capacities, for a diversity of client populations. The program provides opportunities for career preparation, increased professional development, career advancement, and the pursuit of graduate education.

Program-Level Student Learning Outcomes

By completion of the requirements of the B.A. in Human Services Administration program:

  1. Students will demonstrate the ability to apply theoretical knowledge to contemporary human services issues.

  2. Students will demonstrate the ability to perform operational and administrative tasks to perform as an entry-level human services professional.

  3. Students will demonstrate the ability to conduct research as needed for program decision-making and/or identification of population needs.

  4. Students will demonstrate the ability to apply an ethical decision-making model to identified human service issues.

  5. Students will demonstrate the ability to assess the needs of individuals, families, organizations and communities toward developing interventions for identified problems.

  6. Students will demonstrate the ability to behave professionally when working with diverse clientele and staff.