Master of Science in Human Services with Hybrid Delivery Options

Earn your master's in 16 months with other future leaders intent on leading their organizations through critical change.

Organizational Management and Leadership students at Springfield College

The goal of the organizational management and leadership concentration is to develop the leadership and management skills of people who have caring hearts and the competency to act. Organizational management and leadership courses provide students the opportunity to focus their studies on specific leadership skills needed to facilitate organizational change within the context of progressive management skills.

We offer two models to choose from—the on-campus model, and the Bricks and Clicks program, which is a combination of face-to-face and online classes. 

This Master of Science in human services with a concentration in organizational management and leadership prepares you to lead your organization, and to have greater impact on the people and communities you care so much about.

Our master's degree in human services with a concentration in organizational management and leadership prepares you for careers in the following:

  • Directors of community-based human service agencies
  • Managers or supervisors in nonprofit agencies
  • Founders of nonprofit agencies or other 501(c)(3) organization
  • Practitioners in direct service, consultant agencies, or organizational administration
     

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Organizational Management brochure.

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Laurice Jiggetts, G'10

Imagine where your master's degree could take you. Now listen to Laurice's story. Hear how her experience with the Master of Science with a concentration in Organizational Management and Leadership at Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies helps her now embody the Humanics philosophy of educating the whole person in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to others. 

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