M.S. Human Relations

This program consists of a minimum of 39 hours of graduate level coursework, including 24 hours in counseling and human development as well as 15 credit hours of targeted electives for individuals such as teachers, ministers, human resource directors, nurses, law enforcement officers, managers, student affairs personnel in college or university settings, and others who regularly apply psychological insights into their work settings. Electives are typically from such graduate level academic disciplines as business, communications, education, and varied human services fields. Students enrolled in the Human Relations program may apply to transfer to other Counseling programs.

Program Requirements

CO 700Orientation to the Professions of Counseling and Human Relat3
CO 702Human Growth and Development3
CO 703Research and Program Evaluation3
CO 704Social and Cultural Diversity3
CO 710Counseling Techniques3
CO 712Group Process3
CO 722Career Development and Counseling3
CO 868Capstone Course3
Electives – 15 pre-approved graduate-level credit hours15
Total Hours39