Human Development Masters United States Graduate Programs
Human development master's students study the human condition as it relates to the evolution of mankind in general and the development of institutions to enhance the human experience. Human development master's degree programs focus on studying the emotional, cognitive, biological, and social factors that affect the human condition.
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- Chicago, ILChicago, IL
Loyola University Chicago
The School of Law at Loyola offers the Master of Jurisprudence (M.J.) degree to professionals working in the field of child welfare who do not want to practice law but who seek a deeper understanding of the laws affecting children and families.
Pacific Oaks College
The Human Development program at Pacific Oaks College is designed to provide advanced study in the growth and development of individuals at various stages of the lifespan.
- Columbia, KYColumbia, KY
Lindsey Wilson College
The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction program requires a minimum of 30 credit hours.
- Durham, NCDurham, NC
North Carolina Central University
The Human Development & Family Sciences (HDFS) concentration prepares students to improve the lives of individuals, families, and communities through the study of a variety of topics, including: human growth and development across the lifespan, principle...
- Tallahassee, FLTallahassee, FL
Florida State University
- Logan, UTLogan, UT
Utah State University
- Detroit, MIDetroit, MI
Wayne State University
The program is designed for students who want to work in early intervention, parenting, child care, and other programs serving infants, children, adol...
- Abilene, TXAbilene, TX
Hardin Simmons University
The Master of Education degree in Counseling and Human Development prepares individuals for counselor positions in a variety of professional settings...
- Hammond, INHammond, IN
Purdue University Calumet is one of five campuses that make up the Purdue University system.
- Lawrence, INLawrence, IN
University of Kansas
ò The entry-level MOT program at KU prepares students for a career as an occupational therapist.
- Saint Paul, MNSaint Paul, MN
University of Minnesota
Faculty in the program are prolific authors, provide leadership in the field's leading professional organizations, and are active consultants. Graduates of the college's HRD programs have moved into a wide range of professional positions in many states...
- Twin Cities, MN
- Springfield, ILSpringfield, IL
University of Illinois - Springfield
- Reno, NVReno, NV
University of Nevada, Reno
In addition to the Masters of Science in HDFS, graduate students may work with HDFS faculty who hold joint appointments with the Interdisciplinary Doc...
- Chicago, ILChicago, IL
University of Illinois at Chicago
The Master of Science in Disability and Human Development is designed to prepare students for leadership positions in human service organizations, as...
- Los Angeles, CALos Angeles, CA
University of Southern California
MHB-Only available at USC. Training for careers in communication-related fields, marketing, market research and human resources.
- Syracuse, NYSyracuse, NY
Syracuse University's Department of Child and Family Studies, housed in the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics, offers master's (M.A., M.S.) and doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees in child and family studies, with possible specializations in child...
- Provo, UTProvo, UT
Brigham Young University
- Fort Collins, COFort Collins, CO
Colorado State University
Areas of study include: Marriage and Family Therapy; Family & Developmental Studies(including life span development, family studies, child life, program planning & evaluation, and intervention); Applied Developmental Science...
- Ithaca, NYIthaca, NY
The program prepares students for careers in academic life, primarily in psychology, sociology, or human development; in research programs of governmental agencies at various levels; and in a range of programs in community agencies and private enterpris...
- Durham, NHDurham, NH
University of New Hampshire
The Department of Family Studies offers two programs of study leading to a master of science degree in family studies - the Core Areas of Study Program and the Marriage and Family Therapy Program. The Core Areas of Study Program, which offers both thesi...
- Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia, PA
University of Pennsylvania
The Applied Psychology - Human Development Division provides students with a foundation in the core concepts of psychology, assessment evaluation, human development and field research. We encourage students to engage the challenge of framing major psych...
- North Canton, OHNorth Canton, OH
The Master's program in Counseling and Human Development (CHD) is committed to developing conscientious, skilled counselors.