Health and Human Services

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Health and Human Services (HHS)

Do you aspire to make a difference within your community, affect societal change, or enjoy caring for others?

Earn your bachelor’s of health and human services degree completely online!

The health and human services degree is available totally online. Those living in central Indiana may also take advantage of our face-to-face classes, at two locations, for many of the general education courses.

Make An Impact.

The need for well-trained individuals in the diverse field of health and human services is rising across the United States. Graduates may pursue employment as:

  • Health Educators
  • Community Health Managers
  • Case Managers
  • Child Welfare Specialists
  • Elder Care Services Workers
  • Non-Profit Program Directors

Improve Your Community. 

The mission of health and human services (HHS) is to improve the health and well-being of citizens and their communities. Our bachelor of health and human services degree offers a combination of real world, career preparation, and general education classes. It is an interdisciplinary study that works to prevent and address problems for better overall quality of life.


Take a Leadership Role.

Although there are similarities, careers in HHS are different than those in public health or social work. Public health jobs typically focus on regulatory, legislative, or environmental issues, while HHS specialists use this knowledge to educate and serve others. Careers in health and human services also go beyond direct individual care. HHS professionals are leaders who often coordinate the delivery of healthcare, and focus on broader scale work within the community.

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