University of California-Davis Reviews of Bachelor's in Human Services

  • 6 Reviews
  • Davis (CA)
  • Annual Tuition: $43,394
100% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 6 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Bachelor's in Human Services

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Angelina Crayne
  • Reviewed: 6/30/2019
  • Degree: Human Services
  • Graduation Year: 2018
"I had the best experience at UC Davis. I felt welcomed and supported by all members of the university. My major had plenty of opportunities for me to do field work. Because of this opportunity for field work, I was able to find a job coming straight out of college."
M. Huey
  • Reviewed: 8/16/2017
  • Degree: Human Services
  • Graduation Year: 2014
"Having had difficulty connecting to the general subjects that were taught in my elementary through high school classes, growing up I did not enjoy school. However, my perspective on schooling shifted once I stepped on UC Davis' campus. The campus, students, and faculty all radiated with a welcoming energy to learn, teach, and grow as, not just individuals, but as productive members of society. I was immediately captivated by the infectious passion the students and faculty exuded both inside and outside of the lecture halls for the subjects that they were studying and teaching. The undergraduate courses I took in human development as well as the various internships I participated in at UC Davis have been the most intriguing, challenging, and thought-provoking courses I have taken in my educational career thus far and have made me excited to continue my exploration of the social, emotional, cognitive, and biological development across the human lifespan."
Asma Mahmood
  • Reviewed: 3/28/2017
  • Degree: Human Services
  • Graduation Year: 2016
"UC Davis is one of the most diverse and inclusive universities. It is a safe space for individuals from all sorts of backgrounds and religions and ethnicities not only within the classroom but also outside of it. The professors are very sensitive to each students individual needs and the student body is very welcoming no matter how many questions one might have. The campus is also beautiful and full of greenery; we take pride in our beautiful Arboretum, which is the ideal place for students to relax their minds and bodies at. UC Davis knows that life can be tiring at times or too fast-paced at times, so the parks and the Arboretum and the little downtown is a small gateway to finding inner peace and a moment of happiness."
Jessica Perez
  • Reviewed: 3/19/2017
  • Degree: Human Services
  • Graduation Year: 2015
"UC Davis has a variety of fun clubs to join, including niche interests like zombie hunting and origami folding. The on-campus career center offers great resources for interview preparation and resume building, with tons of helpful workshops every day to help prepare students for life after college. Despite Davis having a "small town" feel, there is always exciting events happening, like music festivals, farmer's markets, and fun runs. Davis also has a great collection of restaurants, with Burgers & Brew being the must-visit eatery. Coursework is rigorous and thorough; your professors will guarantee you know the material inside and out. Teacher's assistants are extremely helpful and professors are always readily available during office hours. The general atmosphere of the campus is friendly, and you absolutely must have a bike to get around!"
Anonymous
  • Reviewed: 9/4/2015
  • Degree: Human Services
  • Graduation Year: 2005
"It was a wonderful college in a small town, with options of intimate classes at higher levels as well as large general education classes."
Courtney Smith
  • Reviewed: 6/30/2015
  • Degree: Human Services
  • Graduation Year: 2010
"Davis is a great school with a college town feel. It is not an ideal school for transfer students as there isn't transfer housing and because classes are so large it can be difficult to make friends in classes."