MASTER OF ARTS IN HUMAN SERVICES
Serve a greater purpose. Earn your Master of Arts in Human Services at University of the Rockies.
This degree program allows you to embody the values of the human service profession—its history, ethics, and professional standards. You will learn to guide the work of others while understanding the different values, goals, and lifestyles of service consumers and employees. Navigate the structure and operations of service organizations as you develop your own management skills, including grant-writing, planning, and managing budgets. Learn to implement information systems and lead people.
Complete advanced courses online. Your challenging courses include an integrative project, in which you apply your knowledge in a practical way to solve a human-service problem.
Specializations within the Master of Arts in Human Services are:
Mental Health Administration
Contribute to the well-being of others when you earn your Master of Arts in Human Services, Mental Health Administration Specialization from University of the Rockies.
This specialization includes courses on the application of best practices in the administration of mental-health organizations. Learn to navigate mental health organizations’ structure. Devise the most effective decision-making and problem-solving methods that can be used in a human-services setting. Discover what motivates personal change and how to maximize the potential for change and development. Enjoy courses in human service policy, administration, and leadership.
Rise to new heights when you attain your Master of Arts in Human Services, Not-for-Profit Management Specialization from University of the Rockies.
This specialization focuses on the application of best practices in the management of human-service nonprofit organizations. Explore nonprofits' structure, performance, and evolution. Discover how volunteers are most effectively used, and the common issues associated with volunteer help. Learn what social capital is and how it is associated with related concepts such as social networks and human capital.
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