Students who have completed the human services concentration may pursue entry level jobs right out of college, or they may go on to graduate school to earn any number of degrees, including an M.S.W. (social work), M.P.H. (public health) or an M.A. or Ph.D. (psychology, counseling). Careers in human services include: legal aid and advocacy; social justice; individual, marriage and family therapy; social work; child and family services; health and wellness; non-profit organizations; policy development; community service; and pastoral counseling.