Online Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited Leader in Distance Learning
Excelsior's online Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences (Human Services concentration) can help prepare you for careers in rapidly expanding fields such as health services and elder care, as well as family services, nonprofit administration, public policy, and related fields.
Designed for working adults who need to balance college with work and family commitments, Excelsior College's social science degree program lets students explore a broad range of subjects while developing a versatile, highly marketable skill set.
A national innovator in distance education, Excelsior has been helping working adults meet their educational needs since 1971. You'll be able to earn a social science degree quickly, affordably, and conveniently by:
- Taking online social science classes from your own computer, at the time and place that works best with your schedule.
- Getting maximum transfer credit for your college work at other accredited institutions.
- Receiving academic credit for certain forms of military education, professional training, and work experience.
- Paying low tuition and student fees that keep the cost of a social science degree within almost any budget. (Visit our tuition page to find out how much you can save.)
A Degree to Prepare You for Human Services Careers
Excelsior College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. (Learn more about the MSCHE accreditation and programs specialized accreditations on our accreditation page.)
Our social science degree program is led by outstanding faculty drawn from colleges across the country. You'll have the chance to interact with instructors and classmates via Excelsior's advanced online portal, while getting personalized support from our nationally recognized team of academic advisors.
The human services concentration provides you with an excellent foundation for careers in growing sectors. Possibilities include public health, nursing home administration, counseling, paralegal work, nonprofit leadership, government, journalism, and education.