Master of Science in Human Services
The Master of Science degree in Human Services develops leaders who can successfully address human problems within communities. The program can be completed in 16 to 24 months, depending on the student's chosen concentration. Classes are held on weekends and online to allow busy, working adults to complete their Master of Science degree while maintaining their other obligations.
Through a focus on social analysis, critical and creative thinking, and leadership development, students gain a solid foundation to lead their communities forward as:
- Executive directors of community-based organizations or human services agencies
- Managers, supervisors, or administrators in the public sector, governmental agencies, or volunteer organizational settings
- Practitioners in direct service delivery, consultant firms, or organizational administration
- Counselors working toward successful interventions affecting people and their communities