The Master of Arts in Human Services is a 39-semester-hour degree that will provide a theoretical and experiential understanding of the human services profession. This program will be grounded in a core of specialized courses with additional course work in an administrative specialization. Graduates of this program will be prepared to assume leadership positions in a variety of settings including: social services, education, behavioral health management, counseling related organizations, and healthcare.
Throughout this program students will:
• Integrate the principles of the human services profession with biblically informed values.
• Demonstrate collaborative and effective problem-solving skills using multiple theoretical approaches.
• Develop administration skills that require the application of theory in a variety of human services agency situations and settings.
• Research contemporary issues in human services to provide practical solutions, and communicate results through clear, concise and appropriate media.
• HUSV 2013 – Introduction to Human Services
• HUSV 3063 – Program Planning and Evaluation