The Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling is for those who do not plan to seek licensure or national certification, but who are interested in a master's degree that could provide them with possible career advancement. This degree is appropriate for individuals like pastors, human resource directors, teachers, coaches, nurses, law enforcement officers, managers and student affairs personnel in college or university settings, and others who may regularly apply psychological insights to their work activities or settings. This degree consists of 18 hours of core courses and 12 hours of electives typically from academic disciplines such as business, counseling, communication, education, religion and varied human services fields.
Prepare for a meaningful career in the helping professions or for graduate work in the Human Services field. Courses in crucial areas of study such as crisis intervention, social problems, multicultural competence, and substance abuse will give you the comprehensive framework you’ll need for the workplace or further study. With a Bachelor of Science in Human Services degree from Liberty University, you’ll also have the opportunity to participate in an extensive internship that will give you the type of field experience sought after by potential employers.
Liberty University’s Bachelor of Science in Accounting program prepares students to be effective leaders in business. The program develops the proficiency in communication and computer application skills needed to work with complex accounting issues. Students also learn to identify, analyze and appropriately deal with ethical dilemmas from a sound moral and biblical perspective. In addition to the required core classes on the degree completion plan, each student is required to complete various core classes that specialize in accounting.