Human Services

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If you have a special interest in helping others, especially those challenged by their life circumstances, consider a degree program in Wright State’s Department of Human Services. An integrated human services major will provide the education needed to work in agencies that serve people who have disabilities, are homeless, are involved in the court system, use assistive technology, or are faced with other challenges. After earning your bachelor’s degree, enhance your knowledge and career options with one of our master’s degree programs in counseling. If you have previously completed an associate degree in sign language interpreting, Wright State’s bachelor’s degree program will help you become more skilled as you work with the deaf and hard-of-hearing communities and with those familiar with deaf culture and interpreting.

  • We give students the skills and knowledge to make a difference and succeed in the field of human services.
  • Close to 100% of WSU graduates are employed in full-time positions immediately after graduation.
  • If you're interested in assisting others, especially those with difficult lives, consider Wright State's Human Services Department.
  • Our Human Services majors can work in agencies, schools or clinical settings that help diverse populations with mental, emotional, and physical disorders or disabilities.
  • If you have an associate degree in sign language interpreting, Wright State's bachelor's program can teach you the essential skills when working.

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Degrees and Programs

Department Leadership

Chair: Huma Bashir, Ed.D.

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