Albertus Magnus College
The Master of Science in Human Services in the Division of Professional and Graduate Studies is the second most sought after master's degree at Albertus Magnus College. Designed for working adults who wish to advance themselves in the human services field, this 39-credit program is offered in an 8-week accelerated format, which allows students to graduate in approximately 18 months.
The program, offered in our blended format, combines in-class sessions and online assignments. (Classes are held at our beautiful New Haven campus.) Our blended classes are arranged so you go to school one night per week; all other assignments are done from the comfort of home. Students who choose this option often enjoy the best of "both worlds" as they benefit from in-class discussion with their classmates and professors while maintaining the convenience of working on projects and assignments from home.
"Because of my wonderful experience at Albertus, I have enrolled in the Master of Science in Human Services Program. If you are looking for personal attention and a quality education, Albertus Magnus College is the school for you."
Claudette Tracey '10
The M.S. in Human Service program prepares psychosocial health professionals for the growing number of professional and leadership positions available in a variety of public and private agencies. Courses will prepare students to do the following:
The Division of Professional and Graduate Studies offers courses in their Accelerated Degree Program to help fit the busy lifestyle of adult students that have the increased pressures of family and work. Students may take one course or two courses every eight weeks with the ability to complete 15 credits or up to 30 credits in a full-year. (Students that take two courses every eight weeks will earn the same amount of credits as a traditional full-time student!)
Graduate students and undergraduate students in the Accelerated Degree Program receive the following benefits:
The ability to take one or two classes in an eight-week format (up to 30 credits in one year)
Personalized faculty assistance with a faculty-student ratio of 1:14
Customized guidance (both online and on-ground) from our program directors, department chairs, and academic advisors
Access to Career Services for individual appointments, workshops, career fairs, and recruitment events
Access to Internships and experiential learning
Financial aid for eligible part-time and full-time students
For general questions contact:
Professional & Graduate Studies
Albertus Magnus College
700 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT 06511
For further information contact:
Ragaa Mazen, Director of the Master of Human Services Program
(203) 773-8574 or firstname.lastname@example.org