Academic Programs

Human Services Program

Albertus Magnus College

Human Services Program at Albertus Magnus College

Albertus Magnus College offers degrees in Human Services at both the undergraduate and graduate degree levels. The study of Human Services at Albertus is designed to enable students to develop high-level skills pertinent to professional and managerial employment in a variety of human services agencies, outpatient, and community-based organizations. This major is designed to provide students with a career-oriented degree which is combined with a rigorous liberal arts education.

  • Affordable: Competitive tuition
  • Accessible: Classes evenings, Saturdays, online
  • Accelerated: Five, six, and eight-week courses
  • Personal: Faculty-student ratio of 1:14
  • Supported: Tutoring, advising, and career services
  • Successful: Highly-regarded professional degrees

"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

What can you do with this degree?

  • Administration
  • Administration and Planning
  • Advocacy
  • Case Management
  • Corporate Giving
  • Counseling/Therapy
  • Human Resources
  • Interpreting
  • Management
  • Parole
  • Planning
  • Policy Development
  • Public Relations
  • Rehabilitation
  • Service Coordination
  • Victim Assistance
  • Volunteer Coordination
  • Youth Services

As a human services major, you'll explore topics ranging from bioethics, peace and justice, drug and alcohol abuse, death and dying, the sociology of AIDS and juvenile delinquency to domestic violence, child psychology, minorities and multicultural diversity, principles of management and contemporary social problems. You'll also benefit from supervised internship experiences in local human services agencies.