NDNU is California’s third oldest institution of higher learning and the very first to offer a baccalaureate degree to women. We have been called the “hidden jewel of the Peninsula” and are proud of our legacy, the excellence of our programs, and the success of our alumni.
For admission information about our programs, please check out the NDNU Evening students web site and schedule a convenient time to come in and learn more:
Use this link for an overview of the program, including each of the descriptions below.
- What can I do with a degree in Human Services? Pretty much anything at all! Check out this list (and be sure to scroll all the way down…)
- See what students have said about their core classes; also see descriptions of classes in the program.
- Check out student reviews of the program.
- What types of careers are available to students who major in Human Services?
Dr. Helene LaRoche-Davis: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finish your bachelor’s degree while taking classes toward a Master’s in our unique “Two Plus Two” and “Two Plus Three” articulation programs. Ask your advisor how to begin working on a Master’s in Public Administration, a Master’s in Business Administration, or a Master’s in Clinical Psychology.