The Master of Arts in Human Services is a 36-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 a christian ministries specialization. Graduates of this program will be prepared to assume leadership positions in a variety of settings including: social services, education, behavioral health management, and healthcare.
Throughout this program students will:
Integrate the priciples of the human services profession with biblically informed values.
Demonstrate collaborative and effective preoblem-solving skills using multiple theoretical approaches.
Develop administration skills that require the application of theory in a variety of human services agency situation and settings.
Research contemporary issues in human services to provide practical solutions, and communicate results through clear, concise and appropraite media.
The minimum GPA requirement is 3.0. Grades of less than C- will not be counted toward degree completion.