Minor in Human Services

Why choose a Human Services Minor at Saint Leo?

There is a high demand for human services professionals. The human services minor provides an opportunity for students in other majors to learn more about the roles, helping skills, and functions that are needed when working as a generalist with diverse populations.

Students will learn about: human growth and development; the impact of social policy on society, individuals, and families; the introduction of administrative processes at the non-profit agency or government office; as well as social and structural change through avocation and intervention. A minor in human services will help students help others achieve their maximum potential.

Students in majors including religion, psychology, sociology, criminal justice, health care administration, nursing, general business, and even other disciplines will find this minor helpful in providing knowledge useful for navigating the challenges they can expect to encounter in their careers.

Learning Experience:
Campus Education Center
Est. Time to Complete:
4 years
Credit Hours:
24 hours
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