The Abraham S. Fischler College of Education's Department of Human Services (DHS) provides an array of bachelors and masters level programs, aimed at providing students with the knowledge and skills needed to create lasting change in their work across a variety of human services and related fields, including child protection, developmental disabilities, recreational therapy, and human services administration. Undergraduate and graduate programs within DHS are offered entirely online. The BS in Human Services Administration provides students with a foundational knowledge ofvulnerable populations and contemporary social issues, while also building administrative and direct service skills needed to work in a range of human services settings. The BS in Recreational Therapy prepares students work in the field as Recreational Therapists, helping students gain the necessary knowledge and experience to be prepared to sit for the exam to become Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists. With regard to graduate programs, the Master of Human Services in Child Protection grounds students in research-based practices, developing the critical knowledge and skills required to respond effectively to complex problems confronting children and families in the child protective services system. The Master of Science in Developmental Disabilities is designed to prepare researchers, advocates, administrators and policy makers to be leaders in community-based or governmental agencies that address the confluence of issues associated with developmental disabilities throughout the life span.