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Assurance of Learning: M.S. in Human Services Administration

Mission Statement: The Master of Science in Human Services Administration program within the School of Health and Human Services at the University of Baltimore and the Department of Social Sciences at Coppin State University prepares career-oriented professionals who are new to human services and those who are currently working in the field and seek career advancement. It is our mission to equip graduates with the knowledge and skills to provide administrative leadership to a diverse range of human services organizations, including corporate, government, nonprofit, and community settings. Our graduates value social justice and work to enhance the lives of individuals, couples, families, groups, and communities.

Program-Level Student Learning Outcomes

By completion of the requirements of the M.S. in Human Services Administration program:

  1. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify key problems within human services organizations.

  2. Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze sources of the problem.

  3. Students will demonstrate the ability to apply theoretical knowledge (admin decision making/org behavior/process) to the problem toward solution development.

  4. Students will demonstrate the ability to evaluate potential solutions based on best practices.

  5. Students will demonstrate the ability to formulate recommendations to address problem.

  6. Students will demonstrate the ability to communicate recommendations to stakeholder audiences through writing or presentations.