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Master of Arts in Human Services

Program Details

The online Master of Arts in Human Services is designed to teach students how to assist people who are experiencing complex, problematic situations.

Graduates will be prepared to advance in a human service-related career or continue with further graduate study in human services or social sciences programs.

This is a non-licensure degree that will prepare students for roles in a variety of settings, such as: 

  • Public health
  • Law enforcement
  • Education 
  • Ministry
  • Student affairs
  • Behavioral health 
  • Social and human services


Evidence of a new birth in Jesus Christ. Willingness to abide by the conduct expectations as outlined in the Declaration of Christian Community. Bachelor's degree from a regionally, nationally, professionally, or specialized accredited institution as listed in the Higher Education Directory. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or provisional admittance with cumulative GPA of 2.8–2.99. Official transcripts. Essay. 

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission