Successful human services professionals require a deep understanding of people and a highly ethical foundation. At the Mount, the human services program draws from sociology, psychology, education and business to prepare you for a meaningful career improving the lives of others.
Our program combines a curriculum rooted in cutting-edge research findings with hands-on internships to prepare you to face any challenge.
Graduates go on to pursue graduate studies or careers in fields such as:
- Family and youth services
- Substance abuse and addiction counseling
- Programs for the disabled
- Programs for the aging and elderly
- Juvenile and adult correctional facilities
- Mental health programs
- Social services agencies
Mount St. Mary’s University’s Frederick Campus invites you to our new Wednesdays with the Mount series where you can make a virtual appointment with an advisor. All your transfer questions can be answered from 12 – 1 p.m. or 2 – 4 p.m. through a Zoom session every other Wednesday through January 6 (no meetings will be available over the holidays).
Your degree path is unique based on your prior education. Complete the form to have an advisor contact you to map out the best path forward.
What Our Faculty Say
Learn more about the Mount’s human services program for adult undergraduates with Director of Human Services / Associate Professor Timothy Wolfe, Ph.D.