Degree Requirements

  • MCCP graduate students must earn a total of 36 credits to graduate.
  • A maximum of 6 credits may be transferred from an accredited institution, if a final grade of B or above was obtained, and if courses are consistent with concentration requirements.
  • All graduate students must take the three Foundation courses. (See Table A below)
  • All MCCP students must complete a graduate action research project.
  • The College authorizes the awarding of a Master of Science degree in Human Services for an approved "B" average or better.

Table A -- Foundation Courses

MCCP 625 Leadership: A Lifelong Journey Two credits
MCCP 626 Economics of Change Two credits
MCCP 628 Building Multicultural Organizations and Communities Two credits

Coursework

The School of Human Services is a tri-mester program. Full-time study is nine credits per term. Day-long classes generally meet one weekend per month. Course structures include a pre-assignment which helps the student establish a frame of reference for class discussion on the first day. Required courses of the MCCP concentration appear below in Table B.

Table B -- CCP Concentration Program Outline
 

Course Name Credits
MCCP 601 Project Phase I Three credits
MCCP 602 Project Phase II Three credits
MCCP 603 Project Phase III Three credits
MCCP 604 Project Phase IV Three credits
MCCP 625 Leadership A Lifelong Journey Two credits
MCCP 626 Economics of Change Two credits
MCCP 627 Human Nature, Human Development and Human Assessment Two credits
MCCP 628 Building Multicultural Organizations and Communities Two credits
MCCP 634 Child and Family Services II: The Larger Context Two credits
MCCP 635 Child and Family Services III: Assessment and Intervention Two credits
MCCP 652 Human Service Delivery Systems: Overview and Critique Two credits
Electives (five at two (2) credits each) 10 credits

Total

36 credits
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