Academics

Human Services Program      

 

 

Program Director: Eileen Stenzel, Ph.D.
Faculty:  Denis Adams, M.S.W.; Marilyn Bogash, M.H.S.; Kenneth Flanagan, D.S.W.; Elizabeth Guzman-Arredondo, M.S.W.; Jean Lubeckis, M.H.S.; Renee Shutay, M.S.W.


The Human Services Program offers a B.S. in Human Services with two concentrations: Social Services and Counseling. Counseling Concentrators may select a specialization in Bereavement Counseling, Chemical Dependency Counseling or Pastoral Counseling. With the approval of the Program Director, Counseling Concentrators may also design a clinical counseling specialization that more closely fits their professional interests.

 

Human Services Mission

The Human Services Program prepares students to offer social and clinical interventions that will help individuals and groups achieve their highest level of functioning; exhibit sensitivity to the cultural and ethnic roots of human behavior; and consistently demonstrate a commitment to maintaining good mental health. All Human Services faculty offer personal and academic support to students as they work toward assuming the responsibilities of public services within a framework of a commitment to social justice.

Vision Statement

The Human Services Program strives to increase the number of graduate-level human service providers in Northwest Indiana with particular attention to increasing the representation of minorities within the helping professions.