Bachelor of Arts in Human Services Administration
Make a Move into Management
Your Human Services Administration degree will help you become a leader in your field. Move with confidence into supervisory or administrative roles in the human services or in related settings like education, health care, or human resource administration.
The Human Services Administration major emphasizes knowledge and skills in several areas:
- Human development across the span of life
- Principles of effective management and the functioning of organizations
- The wider social context of organizations
- Skills for effective management
The Human Services Administration major prepares practitioners who desire to be effective leaders in a variety of human service agencies. Students will explore and develop leadership, analytical and communication skills, as well as, knowledge and expertise focused on enhancing the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities. This major prepares students to work in an administrative capacity in non-profit and state agencies, health care and counseling centers, and community-based organizations delivering social services.
NOTE: Since Human Services Administration and the Management degrees share a significant number of common courses; students may not declare a double major with Management and Human Services Administration.
Human Services Administration majors are well prepared for leadership roles in any organization. They also have the strong academic background they need to pursue graduate study in such fields as:
- Social service administration
- Public administration
- Human resource administration
- Study in a cohort program with adult learners.
- Balance work, personal life, and your studies with our flexible schedule designed for working adults.
- Work with faculty and professors who have expertise in human services administration.
- Get inspired by an environment that empowers students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and environmental justice.
To earn a Bachelor’s degree at Antioch University Midwest, students will have a combination of transfer credits and required Antioch University Midwest credits totaling 120 credits.
Antioch Core Courses
Human Services Administration Requirements
Total 48 Credits
For course descriptions, please see the current course catalog.
Important Notice: This is not an official Degree Audit tool. This is merely a sample of the most recent degree offerings. Students should confer with their academic advisor regarding their degree requirements.
APPLICATION DEADLINES 2016
Apply before the deadline and we will waive your application fee
|Semester||Application Deadlines||Classes Begin|
|Summer 2016||May 2, 2016||May 7, 2016|
|Summer 2016 “B Session”||June 20, 2016||June 25, 2016|
|Fall 2016||August 8, 2016||August 27, 2016|
We will continue to process the complete applications received after the deadline, however, we cannot guarantee an admission decision will be reached in time to begin the desired term.
Please contact the Office of Admissions for more information at 937-769-1818 or email@example.com.
|Undergraduate Certificates||Semester||Cost/Credit Hour||Full Time||Half-Time||General Fee|
|Bachelor Degree Completion||Spring 2016, Summer 2016||$527||$6,324|
(based on 12 hours)
(based on 6 hours)
Several types of assistance are available through federal and state governments, Antioch University Midwest, and private organizations. Eligibility for financial assistance usually is based on need. Your individualized aid package may include multiple types of assistance.
- Grants: Federal and Washington State grants are awarded to undergraduate students based on need and income. Grants are considered “gift” aid – they do not need to be repaid.
- Federal Pell Grant: Available to undergraduate students, awarded based on estimated family contribution, cost of attendance, and enrollment status. Students can receive this grant for a maximum of six years, which includes time attending other campuses.
- Federal SEOG Grant: Federal grant that need not be repaid for Undergraduate students; based on financial need and availability of funds.
- State Grants: Washington State grants for undergraduate students based on financial need, residency status, enrollment status, and availability of funds.
- Work-study jobs: Students work on-campus and earn $12 an hour. Positions vary from five to twenty hours per week. These funds do not have to be repaid; students can elect to receive a bi-weekly paycheck, or to use the funds to pay down a balance on their student account. View open positions.
- Antioch scholarships: Take advantage of several opportunities available to new students. See the scholarship section for the list of available scholarships and to obtain an application.
- Federal Direct Loans: Loans that are part of the Direct Student loan program, which helps students pay part of their educational expenses by borrowing directly from the government. Terms of the loan are covered in greater detail in the required Federal Loan Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note. Loan repayment begins six months after a student graduates, withdraws, or drops below half-time status.
- Federal Direct Subsidized Loan: Based on Unmet Need, the federal government pays the interest on subsidized loans while you are enrolled at least half-time. For Summer 2015-Spring 2016, subsidized loans have a fixed 4.29% interest rate for undergraduate students.
- Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan: Students are not required to have Unmet Need to borrow an unsubsidized loan, but are responsible for interest that accrues during deferment periods with this loan type. For Summer 2015-Spring 2016, subsidized loans have a fixed 4.29% interest rate for undergraduate students.
- Federal Parent PLUS Loan: A Parent PLUS loan is an unsubsidized loan for parents of dependent undergraduate students, limited to the cost of attendance minus other financial aid received. For Summer 2015-Spring 2016 PLUS loans have an interest rate of 6.84%. Plus loan borrowers cannot have an adverse credit history. Repayment can be deferred until a student graduates, withdraws, or drops below half-time. Interest accrues from the first disbursement of the loan.
- Alternative Loan: Students may borrow up to the cost of attendance less any financial aid received. Interest rates, fees, and approval of this loan are determined by credit history.
The AUM campus is a vibrant, collaborative learning environment located in the charming and eclectic village of Yellow Springs. Antioch Midwest serves local residents, commuters and students from around the world.
Antioch Midwest’s students are adults who seek a new direction in their careers or the mobility provided by earning an undergraduate or graduate degree. They are a diverse group of men and women ranging in age from 23 to 70, who share a serious determination to change their lives.
Students have the option of studying in our well-stocked Library, or working with a writing specialist at the Bob Dizney Writing Center. They may be meeting with their classmates in the student lounge or in a classroom.
You can find our hours of operation here. Generally, our campus is open from 8:30 am to 10:00 pm Monday through Friday, and 7:30 am to 6:00 pm on Saturday. If you are considering becoming an Antioch student yourself, visit the Prospective Students page to learn more about admissions and our Information Sessions.
You’ll also find numerous free, enriching programming at night, running the gamut from wellness workshops to film screenings and panel discussions. Learn more about what is going on in our Calendar. While most events are hosted on campus, others happen at venues around Southwest Ohio.
Celebrating the Arts
The halls are decorated with beautiful art: on the first floor Antioch University Midwest houses the majority of the Yellow Springs Arts Council’s permanent collection as part of a special partnership. Visitors are invited to participate in an art scavenger hunt while they are on campus. On the second floor, we feature the artwork of local elementary, middle, and high school students from Yellow Springs.