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Online Schools Offering Human Services Degrees

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Earning one of the 137 programs listed here can get you started in an administrative career in the helping professions. We currently feature 19 schools offering human services degrees. Recommendation rates for these schools range from 20 percent to 86 percent, with the average rate at 61 percent, according to our student reviewers. These schools have an average career helpfulness rating of 54 percent. Tuition ranges from $4,020 to $44,463 a year.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $14,795 Associate $14,284 Bachelor's $14,844 Master's $15,000 Doctorate $12,348
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $45,416 Master's $61,398 Doctorate $85,926

Human services degrees can prepare graduates for work in many settings, from child and family services to fire departments and human resources departments. Associate students in human resources study client services, human resources benefits, human relations, employment law, and more. Graduates can become social and human services assistants. The bachelor's degree opens up more career opportunities, such as staff-level and management-level human services positions. Bachelor's students take classes in a variety of business and social science areas. At the master's level, students typically specialize in a particular human services area, such as addictions, youth and family, or health. Individuals with experience in the field can use the doctorate degree to become high-level administrators or college professors.

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