M.S. Human Relations
The Master of Science in Human Relations program is a 39-credit graduate curriculum. The program combines core coursework in counseling with electives to enhance the student’s human relations skills and understanding. People skills (soft skills) are in high demand in all areas of employment. This program is for anyone who wishes to enhance their skills in working with people.
Students enrolled in the program must:
- Have been admitted to degree candidacy.
- Have completed the required course of study with a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or better.
|CO 700||Orientation to the Professions of Counseling and Human Relat||3|
|CO 702||Human Growth and Development||3|
|CO 703||Research and Program Evaluation||3|
|CO 704||Social and Cultural Diversity||3|
|CO 710||Counseling Techniques||3|
|CO 712||Group Process||3|
|CO 722||Career Development and Counseling||3|
|CO 868||Capstone Course||3|
|Electives – 15 pre-approved graduate-level credit hours||15|