Where are current students in the program working?

Non-profit agencies, Federal and D.C government, law offices, state and county school districts, case management, social service agencies and many other private and public industries.

What kind of job can I get with a Bachelors in Human Services Administration?

  • Eligibility Worker
  • Substance Abuse Counselor
  • Human Services Screener
  • Human Services Liaison
  • Behavioral Management Aide
  • Case Management Aide
  • Community Outreach Worker
  • Juvenile Court Liaison
  • Probation Officer

What is the average salary for a professional who completes a Bachelors degree?

According to the United States Census Bureau, the median annual salary for individuals who earn their bachelor’s degree is $55,700 versus $32,500 for individuals who earn only their high school diploma.

Over a lifetime, high school graduates earn an average of $1.3 million, while bachelor’s degree holders earn $2.3 million in a lifetime. Salaries vary a great deal based on which field you pursue and what market you live in, but earning your bachelor’s degree is a safe and reliable way to increase your professional value.

Also, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage community and social service workers was $42,010 in May 2015. The median wage for human and social service assistants was $30,830 and the DC median was $38.460. For substance abuse and behavior disorder counselors, the median salary was $39,980 nationally, $50,980 in the District of Columbia, and $61,910 in the DC metro area. Just the addition of a Bachelor of Art’s degree can add over $10,000 per year to the earning power of a DC substance abuse counselor.