Human Services Administration (Graduate Certificate)

The Graduate Certificate in Human Services Administration is designed to prepare individuals seeking management or administrative positions at human service agencies within the communities they serve. Whether seeking professional development or interested in transitioning to a leadership role in a human services field, this certificate provides students the opportunity to develop additional knowledge and skills tailored to their interests and career goals.

Students will have the opportunity to: 

  1. Develop new skills in a human services administration specialization;
  2. Acquire a credential and specialized knowledge in the human services field;
  3. Grow as a leader in the human services field.

Certificate Requirements

Graduate credit is only granted for courses completed with a grade of B-­ or higher
Minimum GPA Requirement: 3.0

Human Services Administration-Graduate Certificate
HMSV 800Principles of Human Service Management (3 Credits)3
HMSV 803Administration of Human Service Organizations (3 Credits)3
HMSV 805Ethical and Legal Practices in Human Services (3 Credits)3
Complete three credits from the following:3
Grant Writing (3 Credits)
Foundations of Organizational Communication (3 Credits)
Foundations of Program Planning and Evaluation (1 Credit)
Program Planning and Evaluation: Project (2 Credits)
Change Management and Communication (3 Credits)
Leading and Governing Nonprofit Organizations (3 Credits)
Conflict Management & Negotiation (3 Credits)
Building Diverse & Multicultural Organizations (3 Credits)
Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations (3 Credits)
Total Credits12