Wilmington University's Master of Science in Administration of Human Services prepares scholarly practitioners who desire to pursue careers, or enhance their current positions, in a variety of human service organizations that provide social services to a wide variety of client populations, including but not limited to: non-profit organizations, for-profit service providers with a social mission, and government agencies. Students are provided the opportunity to fully integrate their learning by applying the knowledge they obtain through coursework, with practical skills they gain through agency field experiences. The program is uniquely designed to meet the needs of those interested in entering the field of human services, as well as professionals who seek higher level executive or administrative challenges in their current organizations.
Plan for Your Future in Human Services
Behavioral Science Professionals who want to advance in positions such as program manager, volunteer coordinator, development director, group home or shelter worker, case manager, or a person working in any public sector human service division could benefit from this degree. Students who are seeking an advanced degree and possess an undergraduate degree in Human Services, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Behavioral Science, Social Work or Organizational Dynamics may want to consider this program.