Story of Success
Claudette Tracey ’10
As an undergraduate, I had the privilege of attending Albertus Magnus College, where I was more than just a number. The faculty members care about the students and are eager to offer their assistance. Albertus is a college that stands by its mission statement, ensuring that its students are well-rounded, and are provided with a quality education. 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.
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The Master of Science in Human Services Program at Albertus Magnus College 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.
The specific student learning objectives for the Master of Science in Human Services are to prepare graduates with the advanced knowledge and skills to:
How Long Does the Program Take?
The Master of Science in Human Services is a 39 credit program. Classes take place in the evening and are either in a blended format (one day in class and one day online) or are onground (classes meet in a traditional classroom format). Semesters are divided into five 8-week modules (two in the fall, two in the spring, and one in early summer). The Master of Science in Human Services can be completed in approximately 15-18 months. Please note that graduate students can only take six credits per 8-week module.
Required Human Services
Courses (12-15 credits):
HS 530 Ethical and Legal Issues in Human Services HS 531 Multicultural and Diversity Issues HS 580 Field Experience (3-6 credits) HS 660 Capstone Seminar
Courses (18 credits):
PY 530 Theories of Counseling PY 533 Psychopathology PY 536 Case Management PY 537 Counseling Techniques PY 539 Program Evaluation PY 540 Organizational Behavior and Group Dynamics
HS 514 Resolving Conflict through Dialogue HS 532 Human Resource Management PY 541 Addictions Counseling PY 542 Career Counseling and Vocational Rehabilitation PY 581 Action Research Project
Yes. To determine if you are eligible for financial aid, complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form, available at www.fafsa.ed.gov. If you need further information, call the Financial Aid Office at 203-773-8508. Financial aid counselors are available to meet with you to discuss the financial aid process.
Graduate Programs Master of Science in Human Services Albertus Magnus College 700 Prospect Street New Haven, CT 06511
Classes are filling up fast! Make sure to get your applications in soon. Students in the Master of Science in Human Services may begin their course of studies either in fall Mod 1 or spring Mod 3.
Ragaa Mazen, Ph.D. NCC Director of M.S. in Human Services 203-773-8574 or email@example.com
Stephen Joy, Ph.D. Chair, Department of Psychology 203-773-8555 or firstname.lastname@example.org