Graduate and Professional Studies
Human Services Management
M.S.-Human Services Management
This Human Services Management in Special Education program is designed to prepare middle- to upper-level managers for community-based programs in special education. Students also have the option of a Special Education Teaching Track. Graduate students in the program provide direct services and support for individuals with developmental disabilities who live in the surrounding community. The program accepts full-time graduate students who are interested in full-time employment as counselors/graduate students with Target Community and Educational Services, Inc., while they are completing requirements for the M.S. degree. Target is a nonprofit agency affiliated with McDaniel College that provides services to adults with developmental disabilities through its community living, vocational, and recreational programs.
* Offers generous financial aid packages, including room, board, a 75% tuition scholarship, salary, and a variety of other benefits. More about the Target Scholarship.
* Makes degree completion possible in 24 months.
* Prepares students for middle to upper-level management positions in human services organizations or for positions teaching in the classroom.
* Features the theoretical education and practical skill-building necessary for a successful career.
McDaniel College is accredited by Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association.
Facts & Figures
# of Credits Required: 33
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): 430.00 USD
Classification: Baccalaureate College—Liberal Arts
Locale: Small Suburb
Size & Settings: 3,000-5,999