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Bachelor of Human Services

A Bachelor of Human Services online at Grace College will explore how to help with human conflict. 

People are constantly dealing with issues that require assistance and support from outside sources. As you consider an array of online colleges for human services, be assured that when you find your way to Grace, you will discover an accredited online college for your Bachelor of human services, taught with a biblical worldview. A Grace Online Human Services degree will help you make workable connections between behavior and relationship, preparing you to weigh questions and create conversation in a Christian college online context. 

This program is for you if you are serious about creating an impact in the Human Services field and are looking to complete your degree online. With a bachelor’s degree in Human Services, you will be trained to help with personal issues that are affecting others’ well-being. Your assistance can provide a person in need with a guiding hand through dark times, and help them back up on their feet. This degree completion program requires 75 accumulated credit hours.

Future social worker, the way forward is Grace.

Credit Requirements

Prior to graduation from this 45 credit hour program, students need 75 credit hours accumulated through other college credit, which can include up to 24 credit hours of Experiential Learning credit. College credits must be 100 level or higher with a C- or higher from an accredited (or approved unaccredited) college.

You can receive Grace College Experiential Learning Credit for documented life experiences after high school such as workplace learning and personal activities such as music lessons, athletic involvement, and computer courses. Our team will help you discover your credit-worthy experiences and document those experiences for credit. Grace awards one credit hour per 20 hours of documented experience at no cost to you!

Students currently below 39 credit hours should complete the Associate of Science in Liberal Arts prior to this bachelor degree in Human Services Online.

Admission Requirements

How to Apply

In order to be considered for enrollment in a Bachelor’s program at Grace, you must fulfill certain admission requirements. Below is a list of the requirements for the program.

  • 60 prior college credit hours (some life and career experiences may be substituted for credit hours)
  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Complete the application process

We recommend that you apply for admission at least one month before the next entry term. Students applying after the deadline are considered on a space available basis. It is best to apply early!

Admission Requirements

  • Online Application

    After all parts of your application have been completed and received in our enrollment office, your application will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee.

  • Transcript Request

    Request official transcripts from the school where you obtained your bachelor’s degree. If you are currently working on your degree, you can submit an unofficial transcript for admission until term completion, at which time an official transcript is required. Transcripts should be sent to onlineadmissions@grace.edu.

  • Acceptance Process

    When all of the steps have been completed, you will be advised of the Admissions Committee’s decision. The Admissions Committee may request that you submit additional materials and/or that you interview with a representative of the College.

  • Enrollment Deposit

    Upon acceptance, submit your $100 Enrollment Deposit to accept your offer of admission. Your $100 deposit will be credited to your student account. Welcome to the Grace College community!

    Submit your deposit

Ideal Fit

Unlocking paths to pursue your goals.

Finish your degree at Grace College Online with our Bachelor of Human Services degree offered online.

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Career Opportunities

Helping you find a meaningful career.

Ready to serve and help people right where they are, then a degree in Human Services online is for you.

  • Case Manager
  • Human Services Assistant
  • Community Health Worker
  • Rehabilitation Counselors
  • Addictions Counselor
  • Community Services Manager
How to Apply for College online at Grace. Learn about our colleges that are free to apply to and our programs Associate, Bachelors, Masters.

I was really excited when Grace offered the degree completion program, and working with a lot of other people who were doing the same thing as me.

Dee Anna Muraski

2012 MBA

Curriculum Examples

Intervention Strategies and Technique
Case Management
Interpersonal Communication and Interviewing Skills in Human Services
Systems of Social Welfare
Delivery of Human Services: Theory and Practice

Course Overview

Students will learn the fundamentals of identifying problems of clients and formulating creative solutions by networking with available resources, becoming a liaison with the community, and utilizing secular and faith-based organizations to assist with emotional, financial, social and spiritual needs.

Models of case management and the various roles of the human services professional will be explored. Intake assessment, service plan development, and record documentation will be examined, along with legal and ethical guidelines and considerations in working with diverse client populations.

Course content will focus on skills related to verbal and nonverbal communication important for establishing positive rapport, understanding and applying one's own style of relating, resolving conflict, and assisting clients in clarifying goals and desired outcomes. It will also include appraisal of current cultural factors on interpersonal communication.

Course content provides a fundamental understanding of the processes involved in defining social problems, policy making structures and procedures, and current social welfare programs and systems within the United States.

This course facilitates identification of specific human needs and conditions, which are the core of the human services profession, and the range of human service delivery systems that address them. The conditions most often encountered with addictions and chemical dependency, aging populations, crime, mental and physical illnesses, poverty, delinquency and developmental disabilities will be explored in depth.

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