Doctor of Philosophy in Human Services - Mental Health Administration Specialization
Solve problems with your Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Human Services from University of the Rockies.
This advanced curriculum gives you the skills to provide for underserved populations, including those struggling with addiction, illness, or poverty. Investigate matters of social justice in human services organizations. Advocate on behalf of policies and practices that are proven to work. Design and implement strategies to build capacity and develop talent within a service organization.
Complete advanced courses online. Your curriculum features a strong research component and the program includes weekend in-residence workshops. You will reach the pinnacle of achievement when you research, write, and defend your dissertation.
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University of the Rockies is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association (www.ncahlc.org)