When you study human services, you learn the Norbertine art of engaging creatively and benevolently with others.

Human Services Minor Requirements

Students who are interested in working in the human services, or pursuing graduate studies in social work may elect to complete the human services minor. Human service minor courses can be taken in addition to the required courses for the sociology major as preparation for graduate studies or to meet the Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing requirements for the Social Work Training Certificate.

(32 credits)

  • SOCI 100 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 238 Human Behavior in the Social Environment
  • SOCI 239 Social Welfare Policy and Services
  • SOCI 241 Social Work Practice: Organizations, Communities, and Institutions
  • SOCI 242 Social Work Practice: Groups and Families
  • SOCI 243 Social Work Practice: Individuals
  • SOCI 481 and SOCI 482 Human Service Internship (2 semesters)