Building community through communication
Communities need communicators with passion, skill and relatability to thrive. SDSU’s Master’s in Human Sciences—Family and Community Services online graduate program equips professionals to successfully serve our communities.
Through a 36-credit-hour program, you can earn yourself the knowledge and experience to assist children, adults and families in need. Choose from two program paths — (1) drafting a thesis or dissertation as a capstone to your studies or (2) taking additional elective courses in Family and Community Services.
TAKE A LOOK AT THE FOUNDATION OF THE FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SERVICES DEGREE
Helping Families Thrive in Today’s World
- Family Resiliency
- Family Resource Management
- Family Dynamics
Human Development and You
- Lifespan Development
- Crises Across the Lifespan
- Interpersonal Relationships
Managing Programs and Organizations
- Foundations and Principles of Community Service
- Program Administration and Management
- Program Design, Evaluation, and Implementation
Great Plains IDEA Partnership
Diversify your education. Learn from instructors region-wide.
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The Human Sciences faculty is here to help.
Dr. Ann Michelle Daniels
College of Counseling and Human Resource Development
SDSU GPIDEA COORDINATOR