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  • Course Delivery
    residential
  • Total Credits
    122
  • Yearly Tuition
    $36,050
  • Duration
    4 Years

Program Overview

Generalist human services professionals help others and often work on the "front line," having daily contact with vulnerable individuals and families.

These professionals work with interdisciplinary teams to assess functioning and develop service plans, coordinate services, provide support, and work for social change. The human services curriculum prepares generalists who will have the knowledge and skills necessary to work with a variety of vulnerable populations such as the elderly, children, persons with mental illness, persons with disabilities, and victims of violence.

Career Options

By earning a human services degree, graduates are prepared to work in a variety of fields including addiction counseling or child, family, and school social work. They are also prepared for opportunities to become community organizers or activists, human service assistants, medical and public health social workers, probation officers and correctional treatment specialists, program directors for nonprofit organizations, and volunteer coordinators.

Taking Classes

This residential, four-year program is offered on our Winona Campus, with daytime classes and a full student life experience.

Course Information

This major prepares students with knowledge and skills necessary to assure the safety, stability, and dignity of diverse populations including the frail, elderly, abused or neglected children, persons living with physical or mental heal challenges, and victims of violence

For more information and course descriptions, check out our course catalog.

Applicants must submit:

  1. Completed application form
  2. Official high school transcript
  3. Official test scores - ACT, SAT, or Classic Learning tests are accepted.
  4. An essay or brief personal statement. In 250 words or fewer, please tell us about: a significant experience you've had, an accomplishment or risk you have taken, a person who has made a difference in your life, a topic of concern to you, or anything else you think would help us learn more about you. You can also choose to submit a graded paper or write something new!
  5. Letters of recommendation are optional.
  6. If you choose to upload a document, please make sure your file is either a Microsoft Word document (.doc or .docx), an RTF file, or a PDF file. Any other format (including Google Docs) will not load into your application.
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Key Dates

Rolling admissions. Application review will begin upon receipt of all required application materials.

Tuition & Fees

Tuition: $36,050 Per Year

Fees

Room:$5,230
Board:$4,120
Activity fee:$170
Technology fee:$370
Laundry fee:$80

The Saint Mary's Difference

The heart of Saint Mary's is its people — faculty, staff, and your fellow students — who become your companions and allies on your educational journey. Here, in an intense give-and-take setting, each of us discovers just how much we can learn. You'll find, in every one of our classrooms, a person-centered education focused on your growth, your potential — because we believe that everyone deserves the chance to make an impact, to change the world around them.

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