The Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies offers a Master of Science in Human Services program with a concentration in Mental Health Counseling and a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Nonprofit Management. With classes held on weekends and online in a blended format, this program is convenient for working professionals.
The School of Professional and Continuing Studies has designed its master's programs to meet the academic and social needs of adults and other nontraditional students. Classes usually meet two weekends each month, which is more convenient for busy adults. An online learning component is part of all on-ground courses, providing opportunity for ongoing discussions when it is most convenient for you. This schedule makes it possible to continue working and still have time to care for your family and other social responsibilities.
Class sizes are small, so you will actively participate in class discussions and the learning process. You will be graded based on group discussions, writing projects, and oral presentations. Terms begin in the fall (September), spring (January), or summer (May). You can begin your Master of Business Administration in Nonprofit Education program at the start of any of the three terms. The Master of Science with a concentration in Mental Health Counseling is only accepting new students for the September term.
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Springfield College is a well-respected, regionally accredited, nonprofit institution of higher learning. Unlike many institutions of higher education, Springfield College offers the combination of regional accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, consistent ranking in the top tier of "Best Regional Universities-North Region" by U.S.News & World Report, and a mission dedicated to the greater good, rather than profit.
Founded in 1885 with the purpose of training YMCA leaders, Springfield College's mission is to educate the whole person in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to others.