The Psychology bachelor's degree with a Human Services specialization from Walden University provides students with the knowledge to help create meaningful and positive change in communities.
The curriculum in the Psychology bachelor's degree with a Human Services specialization follows an interdisciplinary approach, allowing students to examine many of the challenges facing society today, including poverty, drug addiction and domestic violence. Students learn how to work effectively with families, human services agencies and organizations to implement solutions that improve quality of life. Students can also develop skills in such areas as crisis intervention and conflict management and then apply those skills to better serve clients in their communities. This concentration can also help students prepare for careers as a caseworkers, advocates or policymakers.
Students will also apply psychological theories to current issues affecting the field through online psychology courses that focus on helping students gain perspective in three vitally important areas:
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