The core courses in this MS in Human Services Administration program include:
• HUS 505 Management & Leadership in Human
Learn about the management and leadership
challenges of the human services sector.
• HUS 510 Legal and Ethical Issues in Human Services
Understand the legal and ethical principles of
operating a human services organization.
• HUS 515 Community Needs Assessment and
Study the common approaches for evaluating
programs in the human services fi eld.
• HUS 520 Working in Human Services Administration
Develop the knowledge and skills required by those
supervise employees on a daily basis.
• HUS 530 Creating New Human Services
Gain the confi dence to a private-for-profi t, privatenon-profi t organization, or a social entrepreneurship
with detailed step-by-step processes that include
completing the 501(c)(3) application, establishing
agency by-laws, and creating mission statements,
budgets, and job descriptions.
• HUS 540 Funding Sources for Human Services
Learn various funding sources available for privatefor-profi t and private-non-profi t organizations, as well
as for a social entrepreneurship.
• HUS 550 Advocacy and Policy Analyses
Understand the fundamentals public policy and how
to implement laws that eff ect their services.
• HUS 560 Grantsmanship
Develop your own grant proposals and learn how to
search for public and private monies
HUS 565 Marketing in Human Services Organizations
Study the principles of planning, execution and
assessment of strategic marketing in human service
• HUS 590 Graduate Project in Human Services
Gain real-life experience by using the research and
administrative skills you have learned in this program
and implement them in a human services agency.
Each core course is three credits, for a total of 36 credits.
Courses are eight weeks and available online for any
term (Spring 1, Spring 2, Summer 1, Summer 2, Fall 1,