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Human Relations Degree - Online and Hybrid - Point University

Human Relations Degree

Do you find yourself drawn to people? Are you often in the position of mediator during family conflicts? Are you a good listener — the kind of person your friends count on to lend an ear and offer support? If so, a degree in human relations from Point University could take your natural talents and point them in the direction of a flourishing career. Human relations is the study of interactions between people, particularly in a workplace or professional setting.

At Point University, you’ll develop the skills you already have, and acquire new ones that will prepare you for a variety of career paths in a number of different fields. Students will have the opportunity to gain important human relations skills needed to improve interpersonal relationships, and to serve those in their communities.

Associate of Arts in Human Relations

The Associate of Arts in Human Relations equips students with a broad grounding in the Liberal Arts, along with a foundational knowledge of the helping profession. Our program combines theoretical perspectives from the social sciences and humanities, organizational studies, and Christian values. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in helping professions, and they may also continue their studies to earn the Bachelor of Science degree in human relations, psychology or criminal justice.

Program Goals

The A.A. in human relations builds on the mission and goals of Point University in order to attain Point’s general education competencies and accomplish the following program goals and student learning objectives:

1. Equip students with a basic theoretical foundation for understanding issues in human relations and related fields.
2. Equip students to apply basic content, principles, and methodologies of the primary areas of knowledge, including the Humanities, Fine Arts, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Mathematics.
3. Equip students with a foundation in biblical theology and worldview issues.
4. Equip students with essential habits and skills for lifelong learning and success.

Courses Offered

Listed below are some of the courses offered through our Associate of Arts in Human Relations:

  • Developmental Psychology
  • Introduction to Counseling
  • Biblical Resources for Counseling
  • Introduction to Research
  • Human Relations in the Workplace

Potential Career Paths

Earning an Associate of Arts in Human Relations can open numerous doors for you after graduation with careers such as:

  • Healthcare Worker
  • Human Resources
  • Office Administration
  • Daycare Employee
  • Human Relations Management
  • Church Staff

WHAT CLASSES WILL I TAKE? (pdf)

Bachelor of Science in Human Relations

The Bachelor of Science  in Human Relations integrates a Christian emphasis with the basic research, theories and techniques of the helping professions. Because a graduate degree is expected in the field of counseling, the program has the preparation of students for graduate school as a primary goal. The real world approach of the human relations program is designed to develop a well-rounded professional who can succeed in a variety of human service vocations and equip those preparing to be licensed counselors for graduate school.

Program Goals

This major builds on the mission and goals of Point University and the General Education Core in order to attain Point’s general education competencies and accomplish the following program goals and student learning objectives:

1. Equip students with a theoretical foundation for understanding issues in human relations and related fields.
2. Equip students with basic skills and professional attitudes pertinent to helping professions.

Courses Offered

Listed below are some of the courses offered through our Bachelor of Science in Human Relations:

  • Group Dynamics
  • Human Relations in the Workplace
  • Counseling Diverse Populations
  • Interpersonal Effectiveness
  • Human Relations Practicum

Potential Career Paths

Earning a Bachelor of Science in Human Relations can open numerous doors for you after graduation with careers such as:

  • Counseling
  • Public Relations
  • Employee Relations
  • Child Advocacy
  • Human Resources
  • Social Services

WHAT CLASSES WILL I TAKE? (pdf)

Online and Hybrid Learning

Point University offers the human relations program in both fully-online and access (hybrid) formats. At Point University you’ll develop critical-thinking and problem-solving skills, all while learning to be an effective leader. Learning more about our online or access programs is easy, simply fill out the form above to request free information. Discover your place in the Point family today!

Benefits of our Hybrid Distance Learning Programs

  • Online students engage in asynchronous learning through a course website that facilitates interaction with their instructor and classmates.
  • Hybrid students combine online studies with live class sessions that meet on Tuesday or Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 or 8:00 to 10:00 p.m.
CONTACT INFORMATION

Tel: 706-385-1208
Fax: 706-645-9473
Email: cgpsenrollment@point.edu

OFFICE HOURS:
Monday: 9am-6pm
Tuesday: 9am-6pm
Wednesday: 8am-5pm
Thursday: 9am-6pm
Friday: 8am-5pm

MAILING ADDRESS:
Point University – Attn: Enrollment
507 West 10th Street
West Point, GA 31833

FACULTY

Dr. Maurita M. Hodge
Assistant Professor of Human Relations
CGPS Social & Behavioral Sciences Department Chair

Ms. Shirley Thompson-Lewis
Instructor in Human Relations

Ms. Simone Cox
Assistant Professor of Counseling and Human Services

Dr. Forrest B. (“Butch”) Beach
Professor of Criminal Justice

Dr. Gregory K. Moffatt
Professor of Counseling and Human Services

Andrea Pope-Smith
Instructor in Sociology and Social Work