Undergraduate 2017-2018

Human Services

Location: Gunter 1250

Telephone: 970.351.2403

FAX: 970.351.1255

Human Services Faculty: Jill Bezyak, Ph.D.; Danielle R. Brittain, Ph.D.; Susan M. Collins, Ph.D.; Mary K. Dinger, Ph.D.; Juliet H. Fried, Ed.D.; Elizabeth A. Gilbert, Ed.D.; Joseph N. Ososkie, Ph.D.; Katherine E. Sammons, M.A.; Teresa A. Sharp, Ph.D.; Robbyn R. Wacker, Ph.D.; Joyce Weil, Ph.D.

Course(s) Offered (Prefix):

Program(s) Offered:

Human Services B.S.

Human Services Minor

School Health Education Minor

The undergraduate degree in Human Services provides students with a wide range of knowledge and skills to be able to work in a variety of human service settings. Students take a core curriculum that provides a liberal arts education and tools needed to be a successful professional in the field of human services. Students then select from among multidisciplinary courses, either across the variety of human services content areas, or focused on a content area of specific interest to the student, in community health, gerontology, or rehabilitative services. A hallmark of this program is the field work experiences integrated into the course requirements.