About This Program

Tuition

Master's: $6,120 per semester, full-time
Per credit hour: $680

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State Specific Scholarships

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Curriculum

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Available at the following campuses

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The one-year hybrid or fully online master’s program for leading with confidence

The Master of Human Services with an organizational leadership concentration explores leadership as a critical skill in cultivating healthy, productive, and inclusive organizational culture in the 21st century. Due to rapid and constant change in our society, we need leaders who understand the application of theory and the use of data to evaluate one’s own leadership skills and in the human services arena. You will be able to demonstrate expertise in leadership, organizational change, building organizational culture, increasing employee engagement, data analysis, and relationship building to influence social change.

  • Students develop leadership and team-building skills needed for implementing and coordinating organizational activities and managing change.
  • Students gain the analytical skills to understand, and how to structure, data in order to generate the best possible decisions from clients/consumers/participants, organizational stakeholders, or senior leadership.
  • Students will enhance their ability to integrate organizational history/communication and management techniques to lead in a constantly changing environment.

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Hybrid Program

Earn your degree in a setting that includes a mixture of online and face-to-face classes. This degree is offered at our SpringfieldBoston, and Wilmington campuses.

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Online Program

Earn a degree fully online in a social and interactive learning environment. 

Yolanda Holland, who earned a Masters of Science in Human Services with a Concentration in Organizational Management and Leadership, discusses this program and what makes Springfield College a great option.

There are good jobs to be had.

Now is the right time to pursue your Master of Science in Human Services with a concentration in organizational leadership. That’s because positions for social and community service managers, directors, and leaders are expected to grow by 17 percent by 2029, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. And in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, mean annual salaries range from $70,500 for managers at community service organizations to upwards of $129,800 for training and development managers (May 2018), federal statistics show.

As a graduate of this program, you will be well-positioned to direct nonprofit organizations, for-profit organizations, and federal, state, and local agencies. 

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