The Master of Science in Human Services graduate program supports students? learning through human services focused content, an applied focus, experiential learning opportunities, and faculty mentoring. Coursework addresses public policy, grant-writing, current global issues, program planning and assessment, leadership in diverse family and cultural settings, family financial resource management, resilience in individuals and families across the lifespan, and family life education programming in communities.
Graduates of the program excel in administration, teaching, and leadership positions such as divorce education, addiction treatment, child care administration, court advocacy, hospice care, programming for the incarcerated, senior case management, domestic violence shelter administration, rape crisis support, child and youth community programming, and reproductive education. The program culminates in a capstone experience that showcases their area of interest through dissemination of a research, educational, or community-based project. The program can be completed in the online, hybrid, or face-to-face formats. All required courses are offered in online and face-to-face formats on a regular basis.
Degree: Master of Science
Completion time: 33 Credit Hours