The Master of Arts in Human Services (MAHS) is an applied non-licensure human services master's degree program designed to help you develop the knowledge and skills necessary for assessing and meeting the needs of people. You will learn to look at individual and systemic needs and solutions. The MAHS will also help you prepare for further graduate study in human or social sciences programs. Through the human services master's degree program you will develop an understanding of how to assist people experiencing complex, problematic situations, how faith and human services intersect, how research can facilitate understanding people and their needs, and how to design and evaluate human services programs. The program offers one concentration in family studies. The Master of Arts in Human Services is granted upon completion of 36 credits and you can earn your degree in approximately 18–22 months.
Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools