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Bachelor of Science in Human Services
The curriculum in the Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services is designed to prepare working professionals for positions in both profit and non-profit employment. Positions in the health and human services fields are varied and diverse. Employees in human services often work in mental health organizations, law enforcement, healthcare facilities, employee relations departments, and in government or community advocacy programs. Human services providers have been challenged to serve clients beyond  basic assistance  and to address prevention and public education. Corporations also have a renewed commitment to support the broader needs of workers by hiring qualified staff in human resources, benefits administration, and employee assistance.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 
The professional Evening Studies Program facilitates obtaining a bachelor’s degree by offering a range of primarily upper-division courses for working professionals who wish to complete their college degree within their respective majors and areas of emphasis. The Business Administration degree provides students with expertise and knowledge about critical business functions along with a strong liberal arts foundation to provide a balanced perspective on contemporary management and organizational issues.  

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 
This program is the only accelerated academic B.A. degree in psychology in the Bay Area. The curriculum prepares students for graduate work in psychology. The core curriculum spans different emphasis, from the clinical to the social to the experimental. Special emphasis is on helping the student develop analytical skills and interdisciplinary perspective, through lively classroom work, individual research, and community-based learning experiences.


ASU's online Educational Studies: Learn, Lead, Impact program qualifies graduates for a variety of career paths working with children and youths in nonprofit or government organizations, private educational or recreational settings, or as entrepreneurs in children and youth-oriented fields. It is also a good fit for students desiring post-graduate degrees in education or education-related fields. This degree does not lead to teacher certification, but does prepare individuals to serve children and youths outside traditional classrooms.
The Bachelor of Science in family and human development equips students with specialized knowledge in human development from infancy through the life span, as well as the formation, development and dissolution of families. Students take a variety of courses on contemporary issues related to the development of individuals and families as they relate to their diverse social worlds. These courses cover such topics as life span human development, adolescence, marriage and family relationships, parenting, and the impact of ethnicity, culture, gender and work on individual development and family interaction patterns.