Human development students will be equipped with knowledge, concepts, and skills to critically analyze and solve problems inpsychology, counseling, education, and social service fields.
Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of psychological and counseling theories and then use those theories to bothconceptualize cases and develop counseling strategies.
Students will understand the complexity of individual and family development across the life span in diverse contexts andchanging environments.
Be able to analyze processes, policies, professional, ethical, and culturally sensitive factors that impact the delivery of human services to individuals and families.
*Further graduate studies required
GET ON THE FAST TRACK
Interested in earning a graduate degree in the future?
Transition courses give NCC students the opportunity to take classes that can earn credit toward both their Bachelor‘s degree and a future Master’s degree.
Visit hiu.edu/fasttrack to learn more.
LIFE AT NCC
Small class sizes build greater community between peers and instructors.
NCC is regionally accredited through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Association for Biblical Higher Education.
Regardless of major, all NCC students graduate with a well-rounded foundation of liberal arts and Biblical Instruction.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
I recognize that my transition from where I was to where I am now would not have been possible without my degree, and I can’t stress strongly enough what a great experience my adventure was for me.
JOHN SCHRAM, B.S. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT ‘06
For program curriculum and course descriptions, refer to our current catalog.