Why choose Human Services at Saint Leo?
You’ve raised a family, you volunteer at the food bank, maybe you’ve even served your country at the front lines. Turn your passion for helping others into a fulfilling career in Human Services, and find out what a difference you can really make.
You’re at the right place to advance your career in human services. Saint Leo's core values of community, respect and integrity—rooted in the University's 1,500-year-old Benedictine tradition—are a perfect fit with the professional values of the field.
Learn how to become an effective leader in varied settings such as family, child and youth service agencies; group homes and halfway houses, such as centers for people with cognitive, developmental, or intellectual disabilities, mental health issues, correctional facilities, and programs concerned with alcoholism, drug abuse, family violence and aging.
Build a foundation in social policy, group skills, psychology, sociology, diversity issues and research methods. Then develop your professional identity through advanced field placements—supervised opportunities to learn roles, skills and administrative processes.