Undergraduate Minor

Human Services

The Human Services Minor is intended to provide undergraduate students with an introduction to the human services profession and help them to develop the skills and knowledge associated with the field. The Minor requires the completion of six undergraduate courses (five core courses in the College of Education and Human Performance and one elective) that address topics such as communication; counseling and helping skills; knowledge of human services theory; and impacts of race, gender, ethnicity, family, spirituality, government, education, and social systems on the delivery of human services. The Minor provides a good introduction to the graduate counseling degrees offered in the Counselor Education program.