Human Services Leadership Online
HSLO is presented in collaboration with the College of Education and Human Services.
EARN YOUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE ONLINE AT UW OSHKOSH
Improve your career potential with a bachelor’s degree.
Human Services Leadership is a multidisciplinary, empowering profession. Human service professionals empower others through a variety of supportive and preventive methods.
The College of Education and Human Services offers students interested in working with non-profit and government agencies an online option to earn a bachelor’s degree in Human Services Leadership.
Coursework focuses on:
- Interpersonal relations in the helping profession
- Human behavior and strategies for intervention
- Program evaluation and grant writing
- Legal and ethical aspects of human services
Many graduates who earn a Bachelor of Science in Human Services Leadership go on to pursue careers as advocates, criminal justice workers and community planners and administrators. Others pursue master’s degrees in counseling education, public administration or Transnational Human Services Leadership.
Transfer an eligible associate degree.
If you have an associate degree or at least 56 credits from another institution, please contact an advisor at email@example.com or (920) 424-1021 to find out how your credits will transfer.
The following technical college degrees transfer into the HSLO program:
- Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA)
- Business Management
- Criminal Justice—Law Enforcement
- Health Information Technology
- Respiratory therapy
- Human Services
Online Program Delivery
The Human Services Leadership program is offered completely online. Online delivery at UW Oshkosh combines the best of both worlds–students get the flexibility they need with the same academic quality of our on-campus programs.
Courses are delivered through Desire 2 Learn (D2L). Students interact with their professors and classmates through online discussion and use a drop box to upload assignments. In online courses there is no scheduled meeting time, but there are deadlines and due dates for projects, assignments and discussions.
Following admission to the University, students receive orientation information.
For more information, call (920) 424-0234 or toll-free (800) 633-1442. You can also request more information online.