Human Services Program Outcomes:
Lincoln College of New England Human Services graduates will demonstrate the ability to:
- Evaluate research findings and utilize evidence-based research in everyday practice.
- Effectively run and evaluate group work in a variety of human services settings.
- Exhibit ethical and professional responsibility when working with clients in human service settings.
- Utilize effective and culturally sensitive interpersonal skills when interviewing and working with clients in human services settings.
- Apply theories of human development and human behavior for client success.
- Advocate for clients through knowledge of social welfare and public policy.
- Communicate effectively about assessment/treatment planning.
- Pursue lifelong learning, educational advancement and continued professional growth throughout their careers.
- Evaluate research findings and apply them to current practices in human services settings.
- Evaluate effective case management practices.
- Exhibit critical thinking skills in the classroom and in human services settings.
Why choose Lincoln College of New England for your Human Services Degree?
- EXPERIENCE: Students complete a total of 350 fieldwork hours providing them with the opportunity to apply theory and acquired knowledge to community settings.
- CURRICULUM: The interdisciplinary curriculum includes courses in human services, psychology, and sociology to provide students with a wide range of perspectives on social issues impacting the clients they will work with.
- FACULTY: Experienced Human Services faculty enhance the classroom environment with real-world examples and application.
- CREDENTIALS: Graduates of this program fulfill the academic requirements for the Human Services – Board Certified Practitioner (HS-BCP) credential offered by the Center for Credentialing and Education*.
- POTENTIAL: Career placement assistance and access to a wealth of professional connections can help you build a solid foundation in a growing field.
* Graduates of this program must verify 350 hours of postgraduate human services work experience in order to qualify to sit for the HS-BCP Examination created by the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE) with the assistance of the National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) in consultation with the Council for Standards in Human Service Education (CSHSE).
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