Producing executive-level leaders that impact organizations and society, the 30-credit master’s program includes competencies such as policy development, managerial, legal, financial, regulatory and political areas, advocacy and multiculturalism.
“It is an outstanding complement to the already existing graduate study programs at St. Joseph’s College,” Long Island Department of Community Health and Human Services Chair Carolyn Gallogly, Ph.D. said.
The program’s classes range from Law and Ethics for Human Services to Theory and Design of Culturally-Competent Organizations. The program builds on the College’s already successful graduate curriculum, which includes an Executive M.B.A., M.B.A. in Accounting, M.B.A. in Health Care Management, in Literacy and Cognition and in Infant/Toddler Early Childhood Special Education.
The art minor develops advanced studio art skills and allows students to study art history.
From the Spring 2009 SJC Magazine