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Master of Arts in Human Services

With a Master of Arts in Human Services degree from Lenoir-Rhyne University, you will be prepared to work with and on behalf of vulnerable populations—children, youth, families, the elderly, persons with disabilities, domestic violence survivors, persons with substance abuse issues, and the oppressed and economically disadvantaged.  Additionally, you will demonstrate enhanced personal communication and leadership skills to provide direct care services and advocacy, administer programs and services, manage public agencies or nonprofit organizations, supervise personnel, research human needs, and develop and analyze policies and programs.  What makes our program unique? Read on.

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Important Contacts

Ms. Bria Rearden, Enrollment Counselor

Mr. Kohl Friery, Enrollment Counselor

Mr. Eric Brandon, Director of International Students and Special Projects

Dr. LouAnn Woolman, Program Director

Program Snapshot
Prepare to dive right in!  Here are some highlights of what you need to know:

  • Fully online program 
  • Program is open to domestic and international students and formally affiliated with the National Board of Certified Counselors
  • Non-cohort based course delivery, meaning a flexible schedule at your own pace
  • Traditional and career admission tracks giving students more than one way to be admitted
  • Specialize in Management, Addictions Counseling, or Career Counseling
  • Our online Master of Arts in Human Services program provides the foundation for careers with governmental agencies, nonprofit, or nongovernmental organizations
  • The program is uniquely designed for individuals wishing to advance their career opportunities within the field of human services.