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Human Relations (B.A.)

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Professor gives lecture in front of dry erase board Our human relations majors are fascinated by human behavior and are given a unique opportunity: to study and understand human behavior from both a psychological and a sociological perspective.

Our students learn how to explore and tolerate differing points of view. In our courses, students focus on issues of gender, diversity, social justice, ethics and public policy in order to interpret the world and endeavor to answer a wide range of questions concerning human behavior.

A human relations degree can translate into many fields and positions. Our majors can be found anywhere from the corporate business world to the high school classroom and from non-profit organizations to government agencies. This major also complements graduate studies in sociology, psychology, social work, education and public relations.

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Featured Courses

HUMR 201 Introduction to Human Relations HUMR 211 Introduction to Social Work HUMR 212 Introduction to Counseling for the Helping Professions HUMR 301 Seminar: Perspectives on Gender HUMR 311 Research Methods for Human Relations HUMR 350 Multicultural Social Work HUMR 420 Group Counseling

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Career Paths

  • Social Worker
  • Child Psychologist
  • Public Relations Assistant
  • Media Relations Coordinator
  • Legislative Aide
  • Teacher / Professor
  • Program Manager
  • Producer
  • Counselor
  • Psychologist
  • Behavior Specialist

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