What jobs can you get with a BS in human services?


What jobs can you get with a BS in human services?

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Earning a bachelor's degree in human services gives you a strong foundation in understanding human behavior and how social systems can affect that behavior. A BS in human services prepares you for entry-level positions in different fields of human services, such as behavioral management, counseling, criminal justice, family support, mental health, social work, and youth services.

Here are some of the careers you can pursue with a bachelor's degree in human services:

  • Behavioral Management Aide. A behavioral management aide helps children, parents, and teachers recognize dysfunctional behaviors, understand the cause of these behaviors, and create programs to achieve behavioral goals.
  • Community Outreach Worker. A community outreach worker represents a government or non-profit organization and educates the community about the organization and its social assistance programs and goals.
  • Juvenile Court Liaison. A juvenile court liaison is responsible for the coordination of activities within the juvenile justice system and ensures all involved parties communicate with each other.
  • Probation Officer. A probation officer supervises people who have been released from prison to evaluate progress and ensure positive change is sustained.

For more information about career options with a degree in human services, check out this article: What Can You Do With a Bachelor's in Human Services?

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