Human Services Leadership
Career opportunities in human services are continuing to expand, as is the need for qualified leaders in a field that includes child welfare, mental health, substance abuse, family support, health care, criminal justice and public safety, among others.
Whether the goal is a career transition or a promotional opportunity in one of these fields, St. Joseph’s graduate program in human services leadership will develop the specialized leadership skills necessary to position yourself as a respected professional in the industry.
Our program provides human services professionals with a progressive education built on a groundbreaking, research-based leadership-development curriculum. Topics include a focus on financial, legal, regulatory, political, social and historical aspects of the human services industry, all of which are anchored on a contemporary and service oriented leadership model.
The M.S. in Human Services Leadership consists of 10 courses developed specifically for this program, which incorporate the leadership competencies necessary to develop visionary leaders who will make a positive impact on their organizations and communities at large.