- Springfield College School of Human Services and ASPIRA Association, Inc. Formalize Relationship
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- Springfield College School Of Human Services Opens its Southern California Campus in Tustin, California
About Springfield College School of Human Services
Transforming Careers and Communities
The academic programs of Springfield College’s School of Human Services are designed to meet the needs of working adults who wish to earn a degree in human services. Located in 10 locations throughout the country, the Springfield College School of Human Services offers:
- Bachelor’s, master’s, and executive master’s programs in human services
- Weekend classes
- Human services degree completion in as little as 16 to 24 months
- Up to 72 credits may be brought into the undergraduate program through transfer credit from a regionally accredited institution and/or experiential learning (credit varies depending on state regulations).
- Financial aid for qualified students
- Personal attention from advisors and academic support services
Graduate classes normally meet one weekend each month, while undergraduate classes meet two weekends per month. The schedule makes it possible for working adults to attend college full-time and meet family needs while earning a human services degree.