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Online Master's in Human Services Degree programs

Human services professionals work in a variety of programs geared toward providing care for those experiencing long-term emotional or mental distress. Some work with relatively healthy people who need a minimum of care, while others work with more serious cases: abused or neglected children, the mentally handicapped and the mentally ill. If you want to advance into administrative or policy-making jobs in any of these fields you will probably need to attain a human services master’s degree.

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More schools offering Human Services Programs of Interest (Alpha Sort)

University of Alaska- AnchorageUndergraduate
Anchorage, AK

University of Arkansas- MonticelloUndergraduate
Monticello, AR

University of BaltimoreUndergraduate
Baltimore, MD

University of California- Los AngelesUndergraduate
Los Angeles, CA

University of Central OklahomaUndergraduate
Edmond, OK

University of DelawareUndergraduate
Newark, DE

University of Detroit MercyUndergraduate
Detroit, MI

University of Illinois- Urbana-ChampaignUndergraduate
Champaign, IL

University of Louisiana- MonroeUndergraduate
Monroe, LA

University of Louisiana--MonroeOnline

University of Maine- Presque IsleUndergraduate
Presque Isle, ME

University of Minnesota- MorrisUndergraduate
Morris, MN

University of Nevada- Las VegasUndergraduate
Las Vegas, NV

University of New MexicoUndergraduate
Albuquerque, NM

University of North TexasUndergraduate
Denton, TX

University of Northern ColoradoUndergraduate
Greeley, CO

University of Northern ColoradoOnline

University of OklahomaUndergraduate
Norman, OK

University of OregonUndergraduate
Eugene, OR

University of Tennessee- ChattanoogaUndergraduate
Chattanooga, TN

University of the SouthwestUndergraduate
Hobbs, NM

University of the SouthwestOnline

University of Wisconsin- OshkoshUndergraduate
Oshkosh, WI

Utica CollegeGraduate
Utica, NY

Villanova UniversityUndergraduate
Villanova, PA

Waynesburg UniversityUndergraduate
Waynesburg, PA

Weber State UniversityUndergraduate
Ogden, UT

Western Michigan UniversityUndergraduate
Kalamazoo, MI

Widener UniversityUndergraduate
Chester, PA

William Penn UniversityUndergraduate
Oskaloosa, IA

William Woods UniversityUndergraduate
Fulton, MO

William Woods UniversityOnline

Wingate UniversityUndergraduate
Wingate, NC

Wright State UniversityOnline

Wright State UniversityUndergraduate
Dayton, OH

York CollegeUndergraduate
York, NE

York UniversityUndergraduate
Toronto, Ontario, N/


Earn Your Master's Degree in Human Services Online

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that employment for human services workers will grow by 25% through 2020 – much faster than average when compared to all occupations. Opportunities in rural areas, which often find it difficult to attract skilled experts in this field, will be especially plentiful.

Those who work in human services are dedicated to helping the less fortunate in society, including abused and neglected children, the homeless, the poor and veterans having difficulty transitioning to civilian life. They typically design, implement and oversee programs that provide aid to people with emotional and mental health issues.

Sample Degree – Master of Science (MS) in Psychology

Psychologists study the mental functions and behavior of human beings. They apply scientific methods to better understand different aspects of the mind, including cognition, emotion, perception, personality, socialization and much more. An MS in Psychology is usually required to advance to top positions in the field.