DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN HUMAN SERVICES

Location
Online

Solve problems with your Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Human Services from University of the Rockies.

This advanced curriculum gives you the skills to provide for underserved populations, including those struggling with addiction, illness, or poverty. Investigate matters of social justice in human services organizations. Advocate on behalf of policies and practices that are proven to work. Design and implement strategies to build capacity and develop talent within a service organization.

Complete advanced courses online. Your curriculum features a strong research component and the program includes weekend in-residence workshops. You will reach the pinnacle of achievement when you research, write, and defend your dissertation.

Specializations within the Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Development and Leadership are:

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Human Services, Mental Health Administration Specialization

Offered Online

This program is not intended to lead to certification or licensure.*

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Human Services, Mental Health Administration Specialization program is designed for students with career aspirations in applying the principles of psychology of human performance as professionals in positions of significant and advanced leadership in large and complex community-based organizations or organizations at the state or national level. The emphasis of the program is to develop innovative, strategic leaders who can ethically move complex organizations and mental health services toward proactive wellness models of service delivery.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Human Services, Nonprofit Management Specialization

This program is not intended to lead to certification or licensure.*

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Human Services, Nonprofit Management Specialization program includes the study of the methods and principles of psychological research in nonprofit organizations. Students evaluate the impact of social and cultural diversity in nonprofit organizations, including their missions, governance, and operations.

Coursework will also assess nonprofit organizations’ performance, structure, and development as well as analyze concepts and demonstrate skills that are fundamental to the ethical practice leadership and management in nonprofit organizations. As a psychology discipline, the Nonprofit Management Specialization will allow students to demonstrate an understanding of the complexity of organizational systems and functions while also being able to recognize and integrate into nonprofit organizations the appropriate leadership skills.

Consumer Information
For more information about on-time completion rates, the median loan debt of students who completed each program, and other important information, please visit our website.


Call 866.685.4085
Request More Information

By submitting this form, I consent to receive phone calls and/or text messages from University of the Rockies at the phone number(s) provided, including a wireless number, using automated technology. Submitting this form is required for University of the Rockies to contact me, without obligation to attend the University.

Certain degree programs may not be available in all states. id=DUORM.111416

Submit

University of the Rockies