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Health and Human Services - with a minor in Psychology

“My professors challenge me to wrestle with the material and apply it to serving in the community.”– Natasha Daley [BA Health & Human Services with a minor in Psychology]

Culture, gender, diversity and global perspectives all weave together as part of a complex world. You are passionate about social justice and know that with your knowledge and skills you will be able to make a difference. Once you gain an understanding of how complex issues people are facing impact their social, psychological and psychosocial worlds, you will be able to make a difference.

The BA Health and Human Services with a minor in Psychology will give you a broad base in human services, sociology and psychology. You will also gain experience through a practicum with a social work organization. The solid academic and practical experience will allow you to choose from several different career paths.
 

You will benefit from faculty who are deeply passionate about their areas of expertise. Professors invest in you personally and are committed to helping you achieve your career goals.

Graduates are working as

  • Community Justice Worker
  • Urban Health Specialist
  • Street Health Counsellor
  • Advocate for Housing & Homelessness
  • Human Rights Worker

Read how graduates are making an impact and how their Tyndale university experience prepared them.

Sonja Hotke

Sonja manages the Women’s National Floorball Team that has gone to the world championships...

Whitney Reeve

Whitney Reeve works as a Behaviour Analyst in a clinic, where she helps to improve the lives of children with autism ...

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A university education is an investment in your future. We are here to help you make this investment as affordable as possible.
“I consider my Tyndale Education an investment and valuable for the direction of my life.” – Janney Locke, student.

Here are some interesting courses you may take in the Health and Human Services - with a minor in Psychology program:

  • Mental Health and Social Policy
  • Introduction to Social Work
  • Crime and Violence
  • Brain and Behaviour

Program Faculty


Dr. Amanda Azarbehi

Dr. Anthony Hutchinson

Dr. Helen Noh