Human Services

Human Services

Human Services

The department offers a bachelor's degree in human services. The field of human services is a growing professional field. There is increasing demand for human service professionals in the field of child, adult, family and community services in various human service organizations and settings. Human Service professionals work with diverse populations providing a wide variety of social, personal, and health services depending on the need of the individual, group or community. Accordingly, the Human Services degree at Rowan University offers three unique concentration areas: direct care/direct services, administration, and criminal justice. Each concentration area is a total of 9 credits. Students also gain valuable experience during their field internship where they get course credit working at local human service organizations. Field internships allow students the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to real life experiences. Students should consult with an advisor if interested in pursuing a degree in Human Services. Junior and senior level courses for this program are offered at Rowan's Camden campus.

Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Human Services

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Sharon McCann, MSS, MLSP, Director
Office: 856-256-4884 

Current Students:



Human Services Club
TUA- Human Services Honors Society