Hi all, If you've heard of the Bachelor's of Science in Human Services degree (such as is offered at Old Dominion University) have you any opinion how transferable Human Service course credits might be to a Bachelor's in Psychology degree program or even to a graduate degree in Psychology? The school has told me that some graduates with the B.S. Human Services have gone on to graduate school in psychology. However, the program literature seems to stress immediate employment in the human services field; not much is mentioned about the usefulness or career flexibility of this degree. At ODU, Human Services courses don't sound like they overlap much with standard "core" psychology degree credits. Example: "Research Methods in Human Services," versus a traditional "Research Methods" in psychology programs. Is this significant, in your opinion? The reason I ask is that I initially enrolled as a Human Services major simply because the B.S. degree in H. S. is available via distance, and they have no plans to offer the entire Psychology degree via distance. My plan was to transfer in my senior year to a psychology program. But I'm now thinking I'd lose too many credits, doing this. Example: I doubt that courses such as "Introduction to Human Services" would transfer to a B.S. Psychology program, but it is a required first course. I guess I'm really not getting any useful data from the school on this; I don't expect them to "diss" the program. Any Human Service majors out there, what experiences have you had with transferability of your credits? Thanks in advance.